June 17, 2024


Group Proposes to Buy Pepco’s DC Assets
A newly formed advocacy group on Friday filed its intent to acquire the district assets of Pepco Holdings Inc. and transform it into a not-for-profit utility that it said will generate about $1 billion in savings over the next 20 years.
DC Public Power to Propose Alternative to Exelon-Pepco Merger
D.C. Public Power on Friday will release details of a proposed alternative to the Exelon-Pepco Holdings Inc. merger that it says would provide up to $1 billion in benefits to the district over the next 20 years.
FERC Again Rejects Sunflower Complaint over Kansas Deal
FERC denied Sunflower Electric Power's request for a rehearing of a July 2014 order that rejected its bid to recover $5 million it claims it is owed for “backstopping” a power-supply arrangement.
GridLiance Makes First Acquisitions
GridLiance has made its first two acquisitions — 420 miles of 69-kV and 115-kV lines in Missouri and Oklahoma — and announced plans to bid on SPP’s first competitive transmission project.
Rural Utilities Allowed to Continue ROE Fight
Five small, rural utilities have won the right to continue their fight against 24 of MISO’s large transmission-owning members, whom the utilities contend are earning too much.
Municipal Eligibility for RTO Adder Questioned by MISO
MISO and its Transmission Owners sector have raised doubts about the eligibility of some municipal transmission owners that are seeking an RTO adder.

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