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July 16, 2024

LG&E and KU Energy

NYPA
FERC Approves Batch of Line Ratings Compliance Filings
FERC approved the compliance filings of six transmission providers, including those of NYISO and CAISO, with Order 88.
SEEM
SEEM Members Launch Engagement Series for Participants
Southeast Energy Exchange Market members launched an informational webinar series for participants prior to the start of market trials in late summer.
SPP Stuns with 90.2% Renewable Penetration Mark
SPP set the energy Twitterverse on fire when it became the first regional grid operator to exceed 90% for the amount of renewable energy meeting demand.
SEEM
SEEM Members Seek to Quash Rehearing Requests
Members of the Southeast Energy Exchange Market argued on Monday for FERC to deny a rehearing request filed earlier this month by the market's opponents.
SEEM
FERC Accepts Key Tariff Revisions to SEEM
FERC accepted revisions to four SEEM utilities' tariffs implementing the special transmission service used to deliver the market’s energy transactions.
FERC OKs LGE, Kentucky Utilities Filing on Regional Cost Recovery
FERC accepted a compliance filing from Louisville Gas & Electric (LG&E) and Kentucky Utilities to hold joint meetings on regional transmission projects.
Company Briefs: March 1, 2016
This week's company briefs include news on Entergy, PSEG Solar, Exelon and Xcel Energy.
FERC Accepts Formula Rate Protocols from MISO, SPP, PJM Utilities
FERC last week accepted revised transmission formula rate protocols by four SPP and MISO utilities that had deficient protocols.
MISO Wins Waiver on Tx Requests in SPP Seams Battle
FERC granted MISO’s request to suspend action on long-term TSRs between its north and south regions as it tries to resolve its seams dispute with SPP.
Duke Sees $3.4B Coal Ash Cleanup Bill; Who’s Next?
Duke Energy has filed a plan with North Carolina environmental agencies to remove millions of tons of coal ash from four of its sites in the state, the beginning of a massive coal ash remediation effort the company estimates will cost $3.4 billion.

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