April 16, 2024


MISO Foresees Uneventful Spring Operations
MISO said a spring under typical demand and generation outages shouldn’t prove much trouble.
National Weather Service
CAISO Warns of Outages amid Record Heat
CAISO CEO Elliot Mainzer warned that this week poses the greatest risk of rolling outages this summer as record heat engulfs large parts of California.
DTE Energy
Michigan Lawmakers Call for Stricter Penalties on Utility Outages
Michigan lawmakers proposed new consumer protections against utility blackouts, requiring customer credits that would increase the longer an outage lasts.
MISO Sees Chance of Emergencies This Spring
MISO warned about possible maximum generation emergencies should high load and high outages collide this spring.
MISO Winter Fuel Security Surveys Now Permanent
With winter largely behind it, MISO staff last week told stakeholders that winter fuel security surveys are to become an annual fixture.
MISO Says Dicey Fall Operations Ahead
MISO expects a chance for an emergency every month this fall, with the possibility of burning through the entirety of its emergency resource reserves.
Entergy: ‘Rebuild’ Needed for Worst Ida Damage
Entergy said most of its Louisiana customers affected by Hurricane Ida will see their power restored by Sept. 9 but that some areas will require a "rebuild."
Entergy Won’t Estimate Hurricane Ida Restoration Times
Entergy embarked on restoration efforts  following Hurricane Ida but won't guess as to how long power could be out for several thousand customers in Louisiana.
MISO Zeros in on Seasonal Capacity Auction, Accreditation
MISO is confirming final details of its bid for seasonal capacity auctions & availability-based accreditation while some stakeholders continue to criticize it.
Texas PUC
Texans’ Conservation Keeps ERCOT Grid Stable
Texans responding to ERCOT's call for conservation helped the embattled grid operator survive another week of tight conditions.

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