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May 21, 2024

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PPL
Data Center Load Growth Driving PPL’s Plans
Rising demand from data centers will lead to increased investment in transmission in PPL’s utility territories, executives said during a first-quarter earnings call.
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PJM PC/TEAC Briefs: April 2, 2024
The PJM Planning Committee is considering a change to an issue charge framing a discussion on how capacity interconnection rights can be transferred from a retiring generator to a planned resource in the interconnection queue.
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PJM MRC/MC Briefs: Feb. 22, 2024
A group of demand response providers in PJM proposed adding two hours to the availability window that binds when the resource can be deployed by the RTO.
PPL
PPL CEO Talks Energy Transition on Q4 Earnings Call
PPL plans to invest $14.3 billion in capital spending from 2024 to 2027, which would strengthen reliability and resiliency while enabling more clean energy and keeping a lid on costs for customers.
PPL
Grid-enhancing Technologies Poised for Growth with Federal Funds
Grid-enhancing technologies have been piloted in many places, but with recent FERC orders and federal funding, they are poised to become much more common.
Pa. PUC
Deadlines and Demand Charges at Issue as Pa. PUC Opens EV Rate Proceeding
Pennsylvania regulators agreed to set guidelines for electric vehicle charging rates, with deadlines and demand charges among the key issues to be decided.
LG&E
Kentucky Law Raises Hurdle for Fossil Fuel Generation Retirements
Newly enacted legislation could make it more difficult for Kentucky regulators to approve retirements of fossil fuel generators or replace them with renewables.
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PJM Operating Committee Briefs: Sept. 8, 2022
PJM's OC received a cybersecurity update, endorsed a maximum emergency package and delayed a vote on a renewable dispatch proposal.
Lindsey Systems
PJM Operating Committee Briefs: Aug. 11, 2022
PJM's Operating Committee heard proposals on improving the dispatch of renewables, changes to max emergency status and a new cold weather advisory.
Kentucky PSC
DC Circuit Backs Kentucky Munis on Transmission Rate ‘Pancaking’
FERC failed to consider the impact of potential rate increases when it allowed LG&E/KU to partially exit market power mitigation, the D.C. Circuit ruled.

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