SPP Regional Entity (SPP RE)
The Midwest Reliability Organization Board of Directors reviewed the transition of former SPP Regional Entity members to MRO.
The SPP Regional Entity’s Board of Trustees officially terminated the RE’s regional delegation agreement, effective 5 p.m. CT on Aug. 31.
The SPP Board of Directors approved a Tariff change requiring non-dispatchable variable energy resources (NDVERs) to register as dispatchable (DVERs).
The SPP Markets and Operations Policy Committee approved the Integrated Transmission Planning process’s 2018 near-term assessment portfolio.
The SPP Regional Entity will cease all compliance monitoring and enforcement activities at the close of business Friday.
FERC approved the dissolution of the SPP Regional Entity and the transfer of its members to the Midwest Reliability Organization and SERC Reliability Corp.
SPP’s Board of Directors was forced to table the appeal of a rejected revision request, cutting short the discussion when they realized the supporting documentation was not included in the background materials.
SPP said that its Board of Directors has created a Holistic Integrated Tariff Team (HITT) to take an all-encompassing look at the different challenges facing the RTO.
NERC’s Board of Trustees voted to dissolve the SPP Regional Entity by terminating the RTO’s regional delegation agreement.
SPP CEO Nick Brown told the RTO’s board and Members Committee that NERC is proposing it replace SERC as the compliance monitoring authority for the RTO.
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