December 7, 2023

Salt River Project (SRP)

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EBA Addresses ‘Zeitgeist’ of Western Regionalization
The Energy Bar Association Western Chapter heard panelists and CAISO's CEO discuss rapidly evolving efforts to organize markets and an RA program in the West.
SPP Moving Quickly on Markets+’s Development
SPP has executed funding agreements with eight Western Interconnection entities for the first phase of its Markets+ market, accelerating its development.
Nikola Corp.
Supporters See Strong Potential in SW Hydrogen Hub
Energy leaders in Arizona and Nevada have partnered on a clean hydrogen hub proposal that supporters say has many of the right pieces to win federal funding.
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Ariz. Regulators Probe CAISO on EDAM, Heat Wave Operations
Arizona utility commissioners said they wanted to see more independent governance for CAISO before further committing to the WEIM.
Arizona Corporation Commission
4 Arizona Entities Commit to Developing SPP’s Markets+
Four Arizona entities have joined seven Pacific Northwest entities to support the next phase of SPP’s Markets+ development.
Ariz. Looks to Support Communities Facing Coal Plant Closures
With three coal plants slated for closure within the next 10 years, Arizona regulators, utilities and communities are exploring ways to repurpose the facilities.
FERC Continues Ordering Refunds from 2020 Heat Event
FERC ordered two more sellers to issue refunds for excess prices earned in the August 2020 Western heat wave event.
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BPA, Tucson Electric Power Enter Western EIM
The Western EIM took on BPA and Tucson Electric Power as new participants, marking the market’s largest single expansion since its founding.
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NERC Hits SPP, SRP for $406K in Penalties
FERC approved a slate of penalties against an electric utility, an RTO and a government agency for violations of NERC reliability standards.
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In Passing Bill to Kill Competition, Arizona Lawmakers Rekindle Idea
The Arizona legislature passed a bill that would close the door to electric retail competition, but lawmakers said the conversation on deregulation isn't over.

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