FERC found that Tri-State did not demonstrate that United's withdrawal agreement was just and reasonable under the Federal Power Act.
FERC rejected United Power’s request to provide Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association with a nonbinding, conditional withdrawal notice.
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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.
Regulatory hurdles remain for Tri-State G&T, despite FERC's acceptance of the cooperative's controversial exit-fee methodology for its members.
The Colorado PUC dismissed formal complaints filed against Tri-State G&T, saying it lacked legal jurisdiction to rule on the proceeding.
FERC opened an investigation into the justness and reasonableness of Basin Electric Power Cooperative’s 2020 rate schedule and the wholesale power contracts.
FERC accepted SPP Tariff revisions implementing recommendations from the RTO’s stakeholders on fast-start resources and ramping products.
A Colorado administrative law judge recommended the state’s PUC accept United Power’s exit-fee methodology in its long-running dispute with Tri-State G&T.
FERC set hearing and settlement judge procedures on Tri-State Generation & Transmission’s proposal for computing member exit fees.
SPP’s Board of Directors approved the first two revision requests stemming from the Holistic Integrated Tariff Team’s work.
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