MISO announced it must conduct more analysis on three new substations proposed by Entergy for expedited treatment in the RTO’s annual planning cycle.
Entergy has asked FERC to exclude some of its power plants from rules contained in MISO’s new availability-based accreditation method.
Entergy easily beat analysts’ expectations with its second-quarter results, thanks to better-than-expected retail sales during the early-summer heat.
A former FERC commissioner, along with other stakeholders, say MISO has allowed itself to be led by Entergy in long-term transmission planning.
Entergy has activated two of the eight transmission lines serving the New Orleans area, allowing them to restore power to parts of downtown.
Entergy said most of its Louisiana customers affected by Hurricane Ida will see their power restored by Sept. 9 but that some areas will require a "rebuild."
The Mississippi Public Service Commission is using an audit of MISO membership to question whether Entergy Mississippi should remain among the RTO’s membership, attracting blunt criticism from several renewable energy organizations.
The Energy and Policy Institute alleges that Entergy and the Mississippi PSC improperly collaborate in the MISO stakeholder process.
MISO reiterated the extraordinary nature of mid-February’s winter storm, promising more data later this month and resource adequacy solutions by year-end.
Tensions have been building among MISO stakeholders over what some perceive as an undercover Entergy plant in stakeholder meetings.
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