June 24, 2024

Cleco Power

FERC Again Rejects MISO Minimum Capacity Obligation
MISO still doesn’t have enough justification to institute a minimum capacity obligation, FERC decided last week.
Cleco CCS Project Looks to Beat Carbon Mandates
Cleco’s Diamond Vault carbon sequestration project is in the thick of an engineering study that will determine the project’s design and construction.
FERC Denies Exemption Requests from MISO Accreditation Rule
FERC shut down a pair of requests for exemptions from a resource availability cutoff under MISO’s new availability-based accreditation method.
Louisiana PSC Defers Vote to Force MISO Exit
Louisiana regulators have shelved a vote that might have had them compelling Entergy Louisiana and Cleco Power to leave MISO for another transmission operator.
UCS Analysis Knocks Coal Self-commitments
Coal plant self-commitments saddled MISO customers with $350 million in unnecessary costs in 2018, according to analysis from the Union of Concerned Scientists.
FERC Backs Cleco on Tax Rate Calculations
FERC dismissed a Louisiana city’s complaint that Cleco Power collected excess revenue because its rates did not immediately reflect the 2018 tax cut.
NRG Energy
FERC Clears Cleco to Buy NRG Generation in South
FERC approved Cleco’s $1 billion acquisition of eight NRG Energy generation assets in MISO South along with the plants' wholesale contracts.
ERCOT ‘more than Sufficient’ on Reserves
The current ERCOT market design “will support more than sufficient reserve margins,” according to a draft report the grid operator filed with the Texas PUC.
FERC Examining Cleco Plant SSR Compensation
FERC opened an investigation to determine whether the cost recovery for a Cleco Power plant that serves as a MISO system support resource (SSR) unit is justifiable.
MISO Wins OK for Cleco Plant SSR
FERC approved MISO’s proposed system support resource agreement for Cleco Power’s Teche 3.

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