December 9, 2023


Entergy Regulators Mount Challenge to MISO South Cost Allocation
MISO South regulators publicly opposed a postage stamp cost allocation design, potentially setting the stage for a showdown as MISO prepares for a third long-range transmission portfolio.
OGE Energy Sees Growing Demand from Crypto and Commercial Load
OGE Energy released its fourth-quarter earnings, which showed continued load growth in its footprint in Oklahoma and Arkansas.
Fifth Circuit Demands an Explanation from FERC on Long-Pending Grand Gulf Complaints
Federal judges ordered FERC to explain why state regulators' complaints against Entergy have been pending for up to six years.
Regulators File Emergency Motion in Ongoing Grand Gulf Battle
New Orleans city council and the Ark. and La. PSCs filed an emergency motion after an Entergy press release claimed it owed no additional refunds to ratepayers.
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SPP Adds Arkansas PSC Commissioner O’Guinn to Leadership
SPP has hired Arkansas Public Service Commission Commissioner Kim O’Guinn as its director of state regulatory policy.
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Arkansas PSC’s Thomas Makes Way for His Successor
Arkansas Commissioner Ted Thomas says his recent decision to step down from the state’s regulatory body is simply a matter of making room for his successor.
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SPP Restricts Board, RSC In-person Attendance
SPP says it is limiting attendance at its scheduled October governance meetings to only roster members of the Board of Directors, Members Committee and RSC.
Entergy Beats Expectations with Q2 Earnings
Entergy easily beat analysts’ expectations with its second-quarter results, thanks to better-than-expected retail sales during the early-summer heat.
Entergy Offers Regulators $588M to End Grand Gulf Complaints
Entergy has extended a $588-million settlement to end allegations that it took advantage of customers through energy sales at its Grand Gulf nuclear station.
Entergy Regulators Ask FERC to Settle Grand Gulf Dispute
Three regulatory bodies are demanding an explanation for FERC’s apparent delay in addressing a complaint about the management of a Mississippi nuclear plant.

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