Colorado Public Utilities Commission (CO PUC)
Western state regulators unanimously approved a revised charter for the Markets+ State Committee allowing additional states and Canadian provinces to join.
SPP Markets+ stakeholders kicked off the development phase of a proposed “RTO-light” service in the West, heating up the race with CAISO.
SPP has rolled out the governance structure that will oversee the first developmental phase of Markets+, its day-ahead and real-time market in the West.
While utility commissioners are concerned about variable generation when it comes to resource adequacy, it’s extreme weather that’s keeping them up at night.
CAISO released a draft report on Western regionalization that is intended to revive talks on the ISO becoming a multistate RTO and bolster legislation.
Regulators and storage developers speaking at ACP’s Energy Storage Policy Forum said meeting ambitious storage targets presents a range of challenges.
Gov. Jared Polis joined stakeholders at COSSA's Solar Power and Energy Storage Mountain West Conference to discuss the state’s future renewable energy economy.
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Tri-State G&T has reached a settlement with more than two dozen of its members over the first phase of its $21.3 billion plan to reduce GHG emissions.
A Colorado PUC report found that joining an organized wholesale electricity market could save the state’s utilities $50 million to $230 million annually.
Gov. Jared Polis signed Senate Bill 72, an infrastructure and transmission bill that would require utilities with transmission facilities to join an RTO.
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