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May 22, 2024

MISO South

Entergy
Entergy Earnings Call Focuses on La. Resilience Plan, Nuclear Outage and Settlements
Entergy’s CEO touched on recent developments on a first quarter earnings call, including the utility’s grid hardening plan for Louisiana.
Louisiana Public Service Commission
Louisiana PSC Adopts Nearly $2B Entergy Resilience Plan
The Louisiana PSC voted 3-2 to approve Entergy Louisiana’s hotly debated, $1.9 billion grid hardening proposal to be funded by ratepayers, four days after the utility submitted it.
Entergy
Entergy Highlights Data Center and Industrial Load Growth in Q4 Earnings
Executives focused on Entergy’s booming industrial load growth during a year-end earnings call Feb. 22.
Entergy
Entergy States Debut Long-range Tx Cost Allocation Proposal, MISO Members Unconvinced
Entergy regulatory staff revealed their vision for cost allocation on future long-range transmission projects, with multiple clean energy groups deeming the proposal incompatible with building a grid ready for the future.
Malouf Construction
MISO Postpones Meeting for More Analysis on Entergy Expedited Substation Work
MISO announced it must conduct more analysis on three new substations proposed by Entergy for expedited treatment in the RTO’s annual planning cycle.
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MISO: Expect More Expensive Annual Transmission Packages
MISO’s lead planners told the Board of Directors that more expensive annual Transmission Expansion Plans will become the norm, saying MTEP 23’s $9.4 billion package is a sign of future scattershot load growth in the footprint.
Entergy
Latest FERC Order on Grand Gulf Nuclear Plant Ambiguous on Refund Amount
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.
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MISO South Support for Sloped Demand Curve Wanes on Opt-out Provision
State regulators of MISO South are withholding support for MISO’s plan to implement a sloped demand curve in its capacity auctions based on a proposed option for states to shield themselves from the effects.
Entergy Arkansas
FERC Rejects MISO South Waiver Requests from MISO Accreditation Standard
FERC shut down the possibility of Entergy and other smaller MISO South providers bypassing a provision within MISO’s availability-based capacity accreditation rules.
Entergy
Entergy Regulators Mount Challenge to MISO South Cost Allocation
MISO South regulators publicly opposed a postage stamp cost allocation design, potentially setting the stage for a showdown as MISO prepares for a third long-range transmission portfolio.

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