SPP staff and stakeholders lauded former CEO Nick Brown in a virtual retirement ceremony.
SPP’s Board of Directors approved a transmission plan that will result in an estimated $545 million in projects over the next six years.
SPP’s board selected Barbara Sugg, the RTO's SVP of information technology and chief security officer, to replace the retiring Nick Brown as CEO.
By midyear, SPP will be without five key figures who have helped expand the grid operator’s footprint into 17 states and implement a day-ahead market.
SPP’s Regional State Committee endorsed the elimination of revenue credits for sponsored transmission upgrades and the transmission planning assessment.
Southwest Power Pool (SPP) Chief Executive Officer Nick Brown will retire in April 2020 after 35 years with the RTO, 16 as its CEO.
At the Gulf Coast Power Association’s annual spring conference, ERCOT CEO Bill Magness once again moderated a panel of his counterparts from around the country.
SPP’s Board of Directors approved a cleanup of Tariff language that just may have put the RTO’s troublesome Z2 process in the rearview mirror.
PJM CEO Andy Ott and SPP CEO Nick Brown said that FERC Order 1000 is causing headaches while doing little to encourage transmission development.
The Southwest Power Pool Board of Directors and Members Committee decided to take no further action on the contentious Z2 crediting issue.
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