Other SPP Committees
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.
SPP stakeholders asked two working groups to consider compromise language on a pair of tariff revisions related to resource adequacy policies.
Potential SPP Markets+ participants democratically endorsed the first pieces of the day-ahead market’s tariff, acquiring a taste of the grid operator’s stakeholder process at the same time.
Western state regulators unanimously approved a revised charter for the Markets+ State Committee allowing additional states and Canadian provinces to join.
SPP Markets+ stakeholders kicked off the development phase of a proposed “RTO-light” service in the West, heating up the race with CAISO.
SPP’s Board and Members Committee have approved two resource adequacy revision requests, ending a last-minute dash to gain stakeholder approval.
SPP is working to strengthen its relationship with public interest organizations in addressing the evolving grid and its continued focus on decarbonization.
State regulatory staff working on SPP’s review of the RTO’s performance during the February winter storm said they are focusing on resource adequacy.
The MISO-SPP joint targeted interconnection queue study has moved into its technical phase with a promise of more stakeholder involvement.
SPP’s state regulators agreed on revisions to a package of recommendations, including one that prioritizes resolving rate pancaking.
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