MISO announced it must conduct more analysis on three new substations proposed by Entergy for expedited treatment in the RTO’s annual planning cycle.
FERC’s most recent order on an Entergy subsidiary’s tax violations and lease payment collections for the Grand Gulf Nuclear Station in Mississippi reignited a longstanding dispute over how much in refunds should be due to customers.
FERC shut down the possibility of Entergy and other smaller MISO South providers bypassing a provision within MISO’s availability-based capacity accreditation rules.
Entergy is expanding its clean energy portfolio by adding 6 GW of renewable capacity through 2026.
MISO South regulators publicly opposed a postage stamp cost allocation design, potentially setting the stage for a showdown as MISO prepares for a third long-range transmission portfolio.
MISO is developing possible project alternatives for the most expensive projects proposed this year in the South region under MTEP 23.
MISO still doesn’t have enough justification to institute a minimum capacity obligation, FERC decided last week.
Entergy told financial analysts that it is investing to improve reliability and resilience and “significantly” expand its clean energy footprint.
FERC OK'd a partial settlement that resolves some city and state commissions’ longstanding allegations of overcharging at Entergy’s Grand Gulf Nuclear Station.
MISO can officially abandon the only competitive transmission project it has ever assigned to its South region, FERC ruled last week.
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