SPP Marketing Monitoring Unit (MMU)
SPP stakeholders asked two working groups to consider compromise language on a pair of tariff revisions related to resource adequacy policies.
SPP says it expects “normal” summer operations in its balancing authority and reliability coordinator areas this summer, despite a projected drought.
SPP’s board gave its state regulators the go-ahead to file a tariff change allowing LREs to receive exemptions for not meeting their PRM obligation.
Colorado utility Platte River Power Authority is the latest Western utility to express intent to evaluate participation in SPP's RTO West.
SPP stakeholders approved the ability of market participants facing fuel limitations to include opportunity costs in their mitigated offers.
SPP released a comprehensive report on the week of February's severe winter storm, calling it the most operationally challenging week in its 80-year history.
SPP said it expects normal conditions and no extreme operation situations within its balancing authority and reliability coordinator footprints this summer.
SPP's Markets and Operations Policy Committee discussed the RTO's generation interconnection backlog and its performance during February's cold snap.
The SPP Monitor’s most recent quarterly State of the Market report is dominated by the historic winter weather events of mid-February.
FERC cited the filed rate doctrine on retroactive ratemaking to reject a pair of SPP requests for waivers to resettle billing errors.
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