SPP Board of Directors & Members Committee
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’s membership has elected Stuart Solomon and Irene Dimitry to three-year terms on its independent Board of Directors.
Three weeks after it was unable to agree on a recommended developer for a competitive upgrade in New Mexico, SPP’s Board of Directors endorsed an industry expert panel’s initial direction.
SPP’s Board of Directors and its state regulators endorsed congestion-hedging improvements that have been years in the making, accepting staff’s recommendation to approve a package of eight proposals.
SPP’s Board of Directors rejected an industry panel’s recommendation to award a competitive project in New Mexico, leaving staff and members unsure of next steps.
After rehearing arguments raised by several SPP members, FERC unanimously reversed an October decision that established a process for SPP to allocate “byway” transmission projects on a case-by-case basis.
SPP members and its board have embraced an advisory group’s report on a fast-approach future grid and directing work to address the group’s recommendations.
SPP’s Board and Members Committee have approved two resource adequacy revision requests, ending a last-minute dash to gain stakeholder approval.
SPP staff are finalizing a mitigation strategy for load-responsible entities unable to meet the grid operator’s new 15% planning reserve margin.
FERC Chair Richard Glick made his first in-person visit to SPP’s headquarters last week, joining stakeholders for their regular quarterly governance meeting.
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