July 15, 2024

Integrated Marketplace

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SPP Membership Elects Solomon, Dimitry to Board
SPP’s membership has elected Stuart Solomon and Irene Dimitry to three-year terms on its independent Board of Directors.
SPP Wins OK for Late Billing Changes
FERC granted Southwest Power Pool's (SPP) request to resettle past bills outside of the 365-day limit in its Tariff.
A Few Growing Pains for SPP as it Celebrates 75 Years
SPP has added new markets for its members and extended its footprint to the Canadian border in the process.
FERC Again Rejects Sunflower Complaint over Kansas Deal
FERC denied Sunflower Electric Power's request for a rehearing of a July 2014 order that rejected its bid to recover $5 million it claims it is owed for “backstopping” a power-supply arrangement.
FERC Reaffirms Rejection of SPP Withholding Test
FERC denied the SPP Market Monitoring Unit’s request for rehearing of a December 2014 order that rejected the Monitor’s use of a market-impact test to track physical withholding.
SPP Monitor Report Shows ‘Maturing’ Integrated Marketplace
The Integrated Marketplace’s first 12 months of operations provided the highlights for SPP's 2014 State of the Market report.
SPP Regional State Committee Briefs
A round-up of news from the SPP Regional State Committee on July 27, 2015.
SPP Z2 Project Team Still Grappling with Problem’s Size
SPP's Z2 credit project, years in development and the source of much member frustration, is on track to be completed in 2016.
SPP Fundamentals Largely Unchanged
SPP will soon file a full report on the Integrated Marketplace’s first year of performance, but its most recent quarterly State of the Market report indicates the market expansion hasn’t affected the fundamental dynamics in the region.
SPP Members Weigh First Year of Integrated Marketplace
SPP officials and market participants last week celebrated the first year of its Integrated Marketplace, boasting of its on-time, under-budget delivery.

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