Southwestern Public Service (SPS)
Xcel Energy says its “significant progress” on what it calls “industry-leading clean energy transition plans" will required $34-44 billion in investments through 2028.
Three weeks after it was unable to agree on a recommended developer for a competitive upgrade in New Mexico, SPP’s Board of Directors endorsed an industry expert panel’s initial direction.
SPP’s Board of Directors rejected an industry panel’s recommendation to award a competitive project in New Mexico, leaving staff and members unsure of next steps.
FERC denied Tenaska’s rehearing request over alleged curtailment of its Clear Creek Wind Farm, maintaining the company did not provide sufficient evidence.
Texas regulators have approved a settlement that clears the way for Lubbock Power & Light to migrate from SPP into ERCOT and begin offering retail choice.
Texas regulators are working with the industry to streamline the interconnection processes for all resources at both the transmission and distribution levels.
Colorado utility Platte River Power Authority is the latest Western utility to express intent to evaluate participation in SPP's RTO West.
SPP’s Board of Directors approved stakeholders’ recommendation to issue a notification to construct a 345-kV double-circuit transmission project in New Mexico.
SPP’s third Regional Cost Allocation Review of the regional and zonal allocation methodology’s reasonableness showed dramatic improvements.
FERC rejected a pair of separate rehearing requests by SPP members related to the RTO’s assignment of network upgrade charges under tariff Attachment Z2.
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