May 22, 2024


MISO States Ramp Up ROFR Legislation
State legislatures across MISO are undertaking a flurry of activity on rights of first refusal legislation as major transmission planning surges.
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.
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Regulatory Commission Roundup: La.’s Boissiere Faces Runoff vs Climate Activist
Louisiana PSC's Lambert Boissiere is headed for a runoff against an environmental activist in one of nine states whose regulators faced voters election night.
AEP Completes 1.5-GW Wind Energy Development
American Electric Power's Traverse Wind Energy Center, the last of three Oklahoma projects with total capacity of 1.5 GW, is now generating electricity.
Utilities Still Dealing with Feb. Storm Aftermath
Vistra's CEO said the company's gas resources will find a home when ERCOT redesigns its market in response to the February winter storm.
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Two RSC Representatives win Re-election
Two members of the SPP Regional State Committee (RSC), commissioners Randy Christmann of North Dakota and Kristie Fiegen of South Dakota, won re-election.
Okla. Commissioner Murphy Loses Runoff for Lt. Governor
Oklahoma Corporation Commission Chair Dana Murphy came up short in her bid to become the state’s lieutenant governor.
Oklahoma Regulator Sets Sights on Higher Office
After serving on the Oklahoma Corporation Commission since 2008, Dana Murphy has set her sights on the lieutenant governor’s office.
PSO Rate Case a Concern for AEP’s Akins
AEP beat Wall Street’s expectations with a positive yearend earnings report, but CEO Nick Akins spent much of a conference call with analysts focused on its Oklahoma subsidiary.
Utilities Likely to Pass Tax Bill Gains to Customers
Although electric utilities will see their tax rate fall from 35% to 21% under the Tax Cut and Jobs Act, few are making plans to spend their savings.

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