Integrated Transmission Plan Near Term (ITPNT)
The SPP Board of Directors approved a Tariff change requiring non-dispatchable variable energy resources (NDVERs) to register as dispatchable (DVERs).
SPP staff told stakeholders that the RTO will not conduct a joint transmission planning study with Associated Electric Cooperative Inc. this year.
FERC accepted Tariff revisions to streamline SPP’s Integrated Transmission Planning (ITP) process, despite opposition from wind developers.
SPP stakeholders narrowly rejected a Tariff change that would have established a 1-MW threshold for reporting behind-the-meter network load.
The SPP Board of Directors and members approved the nomination of three new representatives to the Members Committee and bylaw changes.
The SPP Markets and Operations Policy Committee discussed the logistics of adding Mountain West Transmission Group and MMU recommendations.
The SPP Transmission and Economic Studies working groups met jointly April 3 to vote on staff’s re-evaluation of the 90-mile Potter-Tolk transmission line.
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