Thursday, February 21, 2019

Other SPP Committees News

MISO, SPP Pushing for Annual Joint Studies

MISO and SPP staff told stakeholders last week that there is “more support than not” for the RTOs to conduct a joint study of interregional transmission projects in 2019, and each year after that. | © RTO Insider

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SPP Regional State Committee Briefs: Jan. 28, 2019

An SPP working group has been unable to reach a consensus on possible revisions to cost-allocation rules for wind-rich areas and may table their year-long review, the Regional State Committee heard Monday. | © RTO Insider

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Regulators Examine MISO, SPP Seams Issues at NARUC

MISO, SPP and their stakeholders have been flummoxed in recent years by market coordination, interregional planning and other issues across the grid operators’ seam. Now, the regulators are stepping in. | FERC Commissioner Cheryl LaFleur

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Two RSC Representatives win Re-election

Christmann is the projected winner against Democratic challenger Jeannie Brandt. With 95% of the precincts reporting, Christmann had 61.3% of the vote to Brandt’s 38.5%. | SD Public-Utilities-Commission

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SPP Briefs: Week of Oct. 8, 2018

SPP FERC m2m settlements aeci

FERC approved SPP’s first seams project with a neighboring utility when it accepted Tariff revisions incorporating a cost-sharing and usage agreement with AECI. | SPP

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