Louisiana Public Service Commission (LA PSC)
FERC’s most recent order on an Entergy subsidiary’s tax violations and lease payment collections for the Grand Gulf Nuclear Station in Mississippi reignited a longstanding dispute over how much in refunds should be due to customers.
States, RTOs and others warned DOE not to let transmission developers dominate the development of National Interest Electric Transmission Corridors.
Texas regulators rejected SWEPCO's application to build renewable generation resources at the site of a coal plant that ceased operations in March.
FERC OK'd a partial settlement that resolves some city and state commissions’ longstanding allegations of overcharging at Entergy’s Grand Gulf Nuclear Station.
Federal judges ordered FERC to explain why state regulators' complaints against Entergy have been pending for up to six years.
Clean-energy advocate Davante Lewis unseated three-term incumbent Lambert Boissiere III in a runoff for a seat on Louisiana’s Public Service Commission.
Louisiana PSC's Lambert Boissiere is headed for a runoff against an environmental activist in one of nine states whose regulators faced voters election night.
Stakeholders are seeking a FERC rehearing of MISO’s seasonal auction design, while the RTO wants it to reconsider its minimum capacity obligation.
Entergy has extended a $588-million settlement to end allegations that it took advantage of customers through energy sales at its Grand Gulf nuclear station.
FERC refused to appoint an individual to oversee discovery in an ongoing dispute over Entergy’s decommissioning deduction for its Grand Gulf nuclear station.
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