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May 18, 2024

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Ameren
Ameren: MISO Missouri Capacity Shortfall Likely Inconsequential
Ameren executives have reassured shareholders that Missouri’s capacity shortfall beginning this summer is no cause for panic.
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MISO Members Mull Full Impact of DER Aggregations in Markets
MISO members pondered at Board Week over how quickly the full impact of Order 2222 will be felt across the footprint.
Ameren Illinois
ICC Staff Demurs on Decision over Ameren’s MISO Membership
Illinois Commerce Commission staff have passed on recommending that Ameren and two smaller Zone 4 utilities depart MISO for PJM.
Invenergy
Grain Belt Express Asks FERC to Overrule MISO on In-service Date
Invenergy asked FERC to order MISO to allow it to energize part of its Grain Belt Express project in 2028 despite delays in upgrades in Ameren’s territory.
Ameren
Ameren Files to Recoup Rush Island Closure Costs from Customers
Ameren Missouri appears to be making good on plans to close its Rush Island coal plant, which has racked up multiple Clean Air Act violations.
Ameren
MISO Selects Ameren to Build 2nd Competitive LRTP Project
MISO has awarded  an Ameren subsidiary the lead in building the second competitively bid project stemming from its $10 billion long-range transmission plan.
Great Plains Institute
FERC Must Clarify MISO Transmission Funding Decision, DC Circuit Finds
FERC must better explain its decision to give MISO TOs unilateral authority to finance upgrades needed to interconnect generation, the D.C. Circuit said.
FERC
Transmission Owners, RTOs Defend Planning, Cost Control Practices
Transmission owners found themselves on the defensive throughout FERC's technical conference on transmission planning and cost management.
McCarthy Construction
Hearing May Settle Ameren, DOJ Clash over Coal Plant
A federal judge has scheduled a hearing next month to settle a dispute between Ameren and the DOJ over the closure of a St. Louis-area coal plant.
Missouri PSC Looks at IOUs’ RTO Membership
The Missouri PSC is investigating whether the state’s investor-owned utilities’ continued RTO membership “is in the ratepayers’ best interest.”

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