LG&E and KU
FERC approved the compliance filings of six transmission providers, including those of NYISO and CAISO, with Order 88.
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.
FERC accepted a compliance filing from Louisville Gas & Electric (LG&E) and Kentucky Utilities to hold joint meetings on regional transmission projects.
FERC last week accepted revised transmission formula rate protocols by four SPP and MISO utilities that had deficient protocols.
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 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.
News briefs from the states within the PJM footprint. This week we include Illinois, Kentucky, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.
State briefs from around PJM's territory. Included this week are Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.
PJM will reduce the volume of imports that clear in next year’s Base Residual Auction – potentially increasing capacity prices – under methodology approved by the Planning Committee yesterday.
PJM is considering five capacity import zones with a combined limit (e.g. import cap) of 8,400 to 11,000 MW, officials told the Planning Committee Friday.
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