Kentucky Public Service Commission (KY PSC)
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.
Stakeholders appear divided over MISO’s proposal to use a downward sloping demand curve in its capacity auction, with criticisms mostly aimed at a provision to allow utilities to opt out of the auction for three years at a time.
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Kentucky regulators rejected Kentucky Power's request to recoup fuel costs incurred during the December 2022 winter storm while raising the prospect of penalties.
PJM officials and stakeholders told FERC they oppose abandoning the RTO’s capacity market but disagree over the degree to which it needs to be changed.
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AEP and Liberty Utilities have shelved their plans to exchange Kentucky Power for $2.6 billion, ending two years of attempts to gain approval.
Kentucky officials have asked FERC to shut down AEP’s proposed $2.6 billion sale of its Kentucky operations to Liberty Utilities.
Newly enacted legislation could make it more difficult for Kentucky regulators to approve retirements of fossil fuel generators or replace them with renewables.
FERC rejected the sale of American Electric Power’s Kentucky operations to Algonquin Power & Utilities subsidiary Liberty Utilities.
Transmission owners found themselves on the defensive throughout FERC's technical conference on transmission planning and cost management.
State regulators and consumer advocates urged FERC to order increased oversight over transmission owners' planning and spending.
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