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July 13, 2024

integrated resource plan (IRP)

UniSource Energy
Critics Call out Ariz. Commission for ‘Troubling’ Precedent
Arizona regulators are under fire for decisions on the expansion of a UNS gas-fired plant and third-party IRP audits.
CAISO
Market Footprint Critical for EDAM Decision, NV Energy Says
The growing footprint of CAISO’s Extended Day-Ahead Market was a critical factor in NV Energy’s decision to join it rather than the competing Markets+ offering from SPP, the utility said in a regulatory filing.
EPRI
EPRI: Clean Energy, Efficiency Can Meet AI, Data Center Power Demand
The burgeoning power demand from data centers and artificial intelligence can be met by other means than new natural gas-fired power plants, according to a new report from the Electric Power Research Institute.
PNM
Regulators Approve PNM IRP Despite Staff Criticism
New Mexico commissioners voted to accept PNM's 2023 integrated resource plan despite concerns about an escalation in costs and resources since the 2020 IRP.
TVA
Tenn. Congressmen Introduce Bill to Make TVA IRP Process More Public
Two Tennessee congressmen have introduced a bill to force TVA to make its integrated resource planning process more transparent.
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NARUC Looks at How to Manage New Large Loads
The power industry is facing an increasingly delicate balancing act as policies drive some generators to retirement, while major new loads are popping up and making planning more difficult.
CAISO
CAISO Board Approves Nevada Transmission Line to Access Idaho Wind
CAISO’s Board of Governors approved the inclusion of the Southwest Intertie Project-North in to the ISO’s 2022-2023 transmission portfolio.
LG&E-KU
Groups Say Partially Approved LG&E-KU Plan Signals Fleet Transition
Community groups are hailing the Kentucky Public Service Commission’s decision to reject a proposed gas plant from LG&E and KU while greenlighting multiple planned solar installations and coal plant retirements.
Duke Energy
North Carolina Regulators Combine Duke’s IRP with Carbon Plan
North Carolina regulators approved the combination of Duke Energy's "carbon plans" to implement state law requiring net zero emissions by midcentury with its standard integrated resource plans for the sake of regulatory efficiency.
Dominion Energy
Report Questions Dominion IRP’s Call for New Natural Gas Plants
A report funded by Chesapeake Climate Action Network questioned Dominion's plans for new natural gas in its pending IRP.

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