July 19, 2024

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FERC Partly Grants Challenges to AEP Rates

FERC partially granted two challenges arguing that AEP subsidiaries in SPP and PJM had not properly reflected the benefits of filing consolidated tax returns in their 2021 formula rates.

FERC Partially OKs PJM Monthly Netting Provision
FERC partially accepted PJM’s compliance filing to amend its tariff regarding the station power monthly netting provision.
Indiana City Wins Ruling on Station Power
FERC ruled generating facilities that are not online and producing energy must pay for their station power at retail rates subject to state jurisdiction.
Indiana Regulators Scrutinize Duke Self-commitments
Indiana regulators are collecting information on whether Duke is prudently handling the self-commitments of its coal units in the state.
PJM Operating Committee Briefs: March 12, 2020
The PJM System Operations Subcommittee will hold conference calls to discuss how the coronavirus is impacting generation and transmission operators.
FERC OKs MISO Outage Scheduling Rules, DR Testing
FERC granted MISO permission to implement the remaining two proposals in its three-part short-term resource availability and need project.
AEP Base ROE Complaints Ordered to Settlement
FERC said it didn’t have enough information to decide on complaints that AEP affiliates are earning an unjust return-on-equity for transmission projects.
Regulators OK Duke’s $1.4B Indiana Grid Modernization
The IURC accepted a settlement negotiated between Duke Energy and local consumer groups on a statewide infrastructure upgrade plan.
Settlement over Duke Energy Companies’ Move to PJM Approved
FERC approved an uncontested settlement over the 2010 move by two Duke Energy subsidiaries from MISO into PJM.
FERC Stands Firm on Reporting Requirements – UPDATE
By Rich Heidorn Jr. PJM Insider WASHINGTON – Large electric cooperatives and public power agencies must begin reporting their “surplus” power trades to the ...

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