FERC has approved a $21 million settlement over an Arkansas steel mill’s yearslong failure to reduce load as a registered demand response resource in MISO.
Entergy has asked FERC to exclude some of its power plants from rules contained in MISO’s new availability-based accreditation method.
Eighteen countries joined the U.S. in signing on to cut greenhouse gas emissions from their national government operations to net zero by 2050 at COP27.
Entergy easily beat analysts’ expectations with its second-quarter results, thanks to better-than-expected retail sales during the early-summer heat.
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals endorsed FERC over Entergy Arkansas in a disagreement over MISO’s cost allocation for interregional transmission projects.
Customers of Entergy’s five utility subsidiaries have saved about $1.3 billion since they joined MISO in 2013, the company announced.
FERC is re-evaluating how its 2018 decision on transmission owners’ return on equity might affect Entergy Arkansas’ unit power sales tariff from 2013.
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.
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