Arkansas Public Service Commission
FERC OK'd a partial settlement that resolves some city and state commissions’ longstanding allegations of overcharging at Entergy’s Grand Gulf Nuclear Station.
Vicious storms and an ongoing pandemic failed to hobble year-over-year profit growth, Entergy executives said.
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals denied the Arkansas PSC’s request that it review a FERC order directing Entergy Arkansas to continue sharing settlement proceeds.
Arkansas Public Service Commissioner Lamar Davis has resigned to take a newly created position as executive director of government and regulatory affairs for MISO’s South Region.
FERC gave the go-ahead for Entergy Arkansas to collect through rates a decommissioning requirement for Arkansas Nuclear One’s Unit 2.
This week's state briefs include news on Arkansas, Illinois, Michigan, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas.
MISO's 15 states may be able to comply with the Clean Power Plan through 2025 by redispatching the RTO’s generation fleet.
The Energy Department said it “did not identify widespread significant impacts as a result of construction or operations and maintenance" of the Plains & Eastern.
Arkansas environmental and utility regulators began a dialogue with stakeholders on how to comply with EPA's Clean Power Plan in an all-day workshop at the state’s DEQ headquarters.
Attorneys general from 15 states asked a federal court in D.C. to block the Clean Power Plan.
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