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July 15, 2024

Minnesota Power

Allete
FERC OKs Allete Securities Sale Prior to Acquisition
FERC has granted Allete permission to sell several hundred million dollars in securities to raise money for its clean energy transition.
Allete
Canada Pension Board, Global Infrastructure Partners to Buy Allete
Canada's pension board and a private equity firm intend to buy Allete for $6.2 billion, a deal that appears to make some Minnesota regulators apprehensive.
Superior City Council
City Council Vote Stalls Planned Wisconsin Gas-fired Plant
The planned 625-MW gas-fired Nemadji Trail Energy Center encountered another hitch after the Superior City Council refused to move ahead on zoning changes necessary for breaking ground.
HDR Inc.
MISO Set on March Accreditation Filing, Stakeholders Push for Slowdown
MISO said it has landed on a final design in its quest to move to a sweeping capacity accreditation that will better measure generators’ availability based on predetermined risky hours.
Minnesota Power, Dairyland Power Cooperative and Basin Electric Power Cooperative
Wisconsin Gas Plant Delayed as Enviros Still Try to Block Project
The timeline for building the Nemadji Trail Energy Center has been pushed into next year as clean energy groups continue to challenge the need for the planned gas plant.
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MISO Defends Fleet Predictions over Monitor’s Skepticism
Doubts continue to swirl around which version of MISO’s future fleet mix is appropriate for long-range transmission planning — the Independent Market Monitor’s or the RTO’s itself.
Forrest Pearson
Minnesota PUC Mulls Lifting Ban on Aggregated DR in Wholesale Markets
Minnesota regulators discuss whether it's time to lift a 13-year ban on aggregators of retail customers bidding demand response into wholesale markets.
Invenergy
MISO Strengthens Resolve on Marginal Capacity Accreditation, Stakeholders Displeased
Stakeholders remain frustrated with MISO’s plan to enact a marginal capacity accreditation as staff insist that the approach will measure the true value of capacity.
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Experts Urge MISO to Consider New 765 kV and HVDC Lines
Presenters at a special two-day meeting of the Planning Advisory Committee advised MISO to consider recommending 765 kV and HVDC transmission lines.
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MISO Stakeholders Debate Capacity Accreditation, RA
MISO’s attempt to justify a new resource accreditation process gave way to heated debate over how to best alleviate the footprint’s reliability challenges.

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