Sunflower Electric Power
The Resource and Energy Adequacy Leadership (REAL) Team, a cross-section group of regulators, directors and stakeholders, is the answer to SPP's No. 1 strategic priority: resource adequacy.
The board meeting at times resembled an impromptu farewell party, as attendees took time from their presentations to say goodbye to departing chair Todd Hillman
FERC accepted an SPP tariff request to establish an alternative process allowing entities to apply for waivers to the transmission cost-allocation process.
SPP stakeholders delayed a decision over the weighting of futures and the use of economic must-run modeling in the 2021 transmission planning assessment.
SPP's Monitor released a paper detailing a study of generator self-commitments in the market, yielding evidence they exert downward pressure on prices.
FERC denied a challenge to its 2017 order allowing SPP to change its regional cost allocation review.
FERC accepted network transmission service agreements between SPP and Kansas Municipal Energy Agency (KMEA) and Sunflower Electric Power.
FERC has approved SPP’s request to change the frequency of its regional cost allocation review (RCAR) from every three years to every six.
The 1st competitive SPP project under FERC Order 1000, approved by the BOD with some fanfare in April, is being cancelled due to falling demand projections.
SPP awarded its first competitively bid transmission project under Order 1000 -- but it may not be built because of declining load forecasts.
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