July 20, 2024


Potomac Economics
MISO and IMM: M2M Flowgate Issue with SPP not Sustainable, May Require Litigation
MISO and its Independent Market Monitor agree legal action is likely concerning the RTO’s payments to SPP for a market-to-market flowgate.
APS Can Adopt Flowgate Methodology, FERC Rules
FERC approved Arizona Public Service’s proposal to use the flowgate methodology to calculate available transfer capability (ATC) within its transmission system.
SPP Briefs: Week of Aug. 8, 2022
Canadian utility SaskPower and SPP have signed a 20-year agreement to more than quadruple transmission capacity between the two entities.
PJM Operating Committee Briefs: Aug. 12, 2021
Stakeholders continued to question PJM's stance on vaccinations for its employees during its Operating Committee meeting.
SPP Pondering Changes to M2M Summaries
SPP staff are considering changes to the reports of the RTO's market-to-market activities with MISO that they share with stakeholders.
FERC Rejects 2 of 3 SPP Waiver Requests
FERC cited the filed rate doctrine on retroactive ratemaking to reject a pair of SPP requests for waivers to resettle billing errors.
Record $14.63M M2M Settlement for SPP, MISO
SPP and MISO in October registered a record $14.63 million in market-to-market settlements, more than doubling the amount set the month before.
FERC Orders Tech Conference on MISO-SPP Congestion
FERC ordered a technical conference to investigate overlapping congestion charges imposed on pseudo-tie transactions between MISO and SPP.
MISO, SPP Close to Ruling out Joint Projects Again
MISO and SPP appear to have come up empty once again after a fourth study failed to detect a joint transmission project.
PJM PC/TEAC Briefs: Aug. 4, 2020
PJM's Planning Committee endorsed the use of a 13-year load model with data from 2002-2014 for the 2020 reserve requirement study.

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