The Resource and Energy Adequacy Leadership (REAL) Team, a cross-section group of regulators, directors and stakeholders, is the answer to SPP's No. 1 strategic priority: resource adequacy.
Kansas regulators have granted a siting permit for NextEra Energy Transmission's Wolf Creek-Blackberry project, clearing the way for construction to begin.
FERC accepted an unexecuted facilities service agreement between SPP, Southwestern Public Service and Ponderosa Wind, finding it to be just and reasonable.
State legislatures across MISO are undertaking a flurry of activity on rights of first refusal legislation as major transmission planning surges.
SPP’s state commissioners have approved staff’s proposed cost allocation for the projects in its Joint Targeted Interconnection Queue study portfolio.
Invenergy announced that it will supplement the HVDC Grain Belt Express transmission line to deliver 25% more power than originally planned.
State officials say they are both excited and intimidated by the amount of clean energy funding coming through the bipartisan infrastructure bill.
FERC granted NextEra Energy Transmission Southwest’s request to recover all prudently incurred costs associated with an $85.2 million competitive project.
SPP said it will schedule a special Board of Directors meeting to consider Evergy’s request to restudy a competitive project in southeastern Kansas.
Evergy has pushed back against a media report that it recently rebuffed a $15 billion acquisition offer from NextEra Energy.
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