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June 13, 2024

Minnesota

Allete
Canada Pension Board, Global Infrastructure Partners to Buy Allete
Canada's pension board and a private equity firm intend to buy Allete for $6.2 billion, a deal that appears to make some Minnesota regulators apprehensive.
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‘Converting to EVs not Sufficient’ to Reach Climate Goals
Federal and state policy paradigms are moving from a focus on promoting travel in single passenger vehicles to a broader understanding of different modes of mobility.
Blue Horizon Energy
Minnesota PUC Tolerates Xcel Energy Cutting Off 20% of Distribution System Capacity
Xcel Energy is free to continue to apply a blanket, 80% limit on its distribution system following the Public Utilities Commission’s decision last week.
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SPP ‘All Over’ Addressing Resource Adequacy
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.
Forrest Pearson
Minnesota PUC Mulls Lifting Ban on Aggregated DR in Wholesale Markets
Minnesota regulators discuss whether it's time to lift a 13-year ban on aggregators of retail customers bidding demand response into wholesale markets.
WEC Energy Group
WEC Energy Group’s Earnings Droop on Mild Winter
WEC Energy Group’s first-quarter earnings dipped year-over-year, owing to one of the mildest winters in its service territory in more than a century.
Michels Corporation
ITC Defends ROFR Use for Major Tx Buildout
Two ITC staffers insist that MISO’s 2016 market efficiency project is proof that rights of first refusal laws benefit the grid and ratepayers.
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Incumbents Successful in Most Contested Governors’ Races
Democrats backing aggressive climate policies won or were leading in eight of 12 of the most contested gubernatorial races after voting Tuesday.
Roda S.p.A.
US Interstate Highways: A NIMBY-free Corridor for Grid Expansion?
A report examining the use of the interstate system as a corridor for expansion of the nation’s transmission system concluded it can be done relatively quickly.
The Brattle Group
Stakeholder Soapbox: Midwest Lessons on the Value of Transmission Independence and Competition
The Midwest has become ground zero for the future of transmission policy because of incumbent TOs' stifling control, R Street Institute's Devin Hartman says.

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