December 3, 2023

Southern Co.

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Interconnection Rulemaking Wins Support but Funding Questions Remain
FERC’s interconnection proposal won wide praise, but some generation developers were dismayed that the commission failed to address participant funding.
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Corporate Buyers Decry Renewable Caps in Southeast, Renew Call for Market
Utilities in the Southeast are cleaning up their generation fleets, but large consumers say the monopolies remain an obstacle to their decarbonization goals.
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Southern Co. Takes Heat over SEEM, Opposition to RTO
A Southern Co. official gamely defended the Southeast Energy Exchange Market in a debate at the RE+ Southeast conference with three RTO proponents.
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GCPA Panelists Go One on One Over SEEM Proposal
Two experts on either side of the argument debated how the nascent market will work in practice using several basketball references.
SEEM Members Seek to Quash Rehearing Requests
Members of the Southeast Energy Exchange Market argued on Monday for FERC to deny a rehearing request filed earlier this month by the market's opponents.
FERC Accepts Key Tariff Revisions to SEEM
FERC accepted revisions to four SEEM utilities' tariffs implementing the special transmission service used to deliver the market’s energy transactions.
PennEast Pipeline
PennEast Pipeline Throws in the Towel
Developers of the proposed PennEast natural gas pipeline canceled the project, conceding defeat despite a victory before the U.S. Supreme Court in June.
Southern Co.
FERC Removes Southern Co. Mitigation in SC
FERC agreed to remove market mitigation measures for Southern Co. in South Carolina, saying the utility meets the standards for market-based rate authority.
Southeast Utilities Urge FERC Action on SEEM
The sponsors of the Southeast Energy Exchange Market urged FERC to OK their plan to expand bilateral trading and reject calls for broader market changes.
Southeast Utilities Defend SEEM Proposal
Sponsors of the Southeast Energy Exchange Market told FERC it should OK the proposal as is, saying critics’ objections are flawed or irrelevant.

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