Canadian utility SaskPower and SPP have signed a 20-year agreement to more than quadruple transmission capacity between the two entities.
Stakeholders continued to question PJM's stance on vaccinations for its employees during its Operating Committee meeting.
SPP staff are considering changes to the reports of the RTO's market-to-market activities with MISO that they share with stakeholders.
FERC cited the filed rate doctrine on retroactive ratemaking to reject a pair of SPP requests for waivers to resettle billing errors.
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 ordered a technical conference to investigate overlapping congestion charges imposed on pseudo-tie transactions between MISO and SPP.
MISO and SPP appear to have come up empty once again after a fourth study failed to detect a joint transmission project.
PJM's Planning Committee endorsed the use of a 13-year load model with data from 2002-2014 for the 2020 reserve requirement study.
SPP told the Seams Steering Committee they have begun preliminary interregional transmission planning discussions with Canadian electric utility SaskPower.
The NYISO Business Issues Committee approved several manual and Tariff revisions, and received the monthly Broader Regional Markets and operations reports.
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