SPP Regional State Committee
The Texas PUC's Will McAdams said during an SPP stakeholder meeting he intends to resign from his regulatory position before the year is up.
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.
SPP's legal staff is evaluating its options after FERC's recent rejection of a tariff revision to allocate “byway” transmission projects on a case-by-case basis.
SPP’s state commissioners have approved staff’s proposed cost allocation for the projects in its Joint Targeted Interconnection Queue study portfolio.
SPP has hired Arkansas Public Service Commission Commissioner Kim O’Guinn as its director of state regulatory policy.
SPP staff are finalizing a mitigation strategy for load-responsible entities unable to meet the grid operator’s new 15% planning reserve margin.
SPP’s board gave its state regulators the go-ahead to file a tariff change allowing LREs to receive exemptions for not meeting their PRM obligation.
Arkansas Commissioner Ted Thomas says his recent decision to step down from the state’s regulatory body is simply a matter of making room for his successor.
SPP says it is limiting attendance at its scheduled October governance meetings to only roster members of the Board of Directors, Members Committee and RSC.
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