Michigan Public Service Commission
Mich. regulators will assess a 2019 MISO transmission project to determine whether it should remain in the grid operator’s 2019 Transmission Expansion Plan.
FERC sided with 2 Mich. utilities in a turf war with METC over its request to spend $15 million on a pilot project to build chargers for long-haul trucks.
Cybersecurity and reliability were the subject of discussions at NARUC's Winter Policy Summit, with NERC CEO Jim Robb previewing a report on GridEx V.
The Michigan PSC approved a settlement between Consumers Energy and solar developers, resolving arguments over the utility’s obligations under PURPA.
DTE’s latest integrated resource plan before the Michigan PSC is attracting detractors who say it is short-sighted and relies blindly on fossil fuels.
The Michigan PSC called on DTE and Consumers to step up measures to head off supply emergencies like the one that arose this past winter.
Michigan regulators are stepping into a dispute over classifying a contested interconnection project included in MISO’s 2018 Transmission Expansion Plan.
FERC denied the Michigan PSC request to reconsider a decision over refunds associated with a SSR agreement between MISO and the White Pine plant.
FERC rejected a Michigan request for a stay of a previous order approving MISO’s refund report related to a system support resource (SSR).
DTE Energy is focused on plans to double its renewable energy capacity by the early 2020s and build a new, controversial $1-billion gas-fired plant recently approved by regulator.
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