June 14, 2024

system support resource (SSR)

Massman Construction Co.
Court: Ameren Still Without Remedy for Years of Rush Island Air Pollution
After more than two years, Ameren Missouri has not yet delivered suitable redress for more than a decade’s worth of Clean Air Act violations via its Rush Island coal plant.
Manitowoc Public Utilities
FERC Again Questions MISO Reliability Payments to Wisconsin Coal Plant
FERC once again has determined the continuing payments MISO is making to a Wisconsin coal plant to stay online to sustain system reliability might be too steep.
Manitowoc Public Utilities
FERC Approves Settlement in MISO Reliability Payments to Wisconsin Coal Plant
A Wisconsin coal plant kept online for the sake of reliability will receive smaller monthly payments from MISO, FERC ruled in a settlement approval.
Ameren Files to Recoup Rush Island Closure Costs from Customers
Ameren Missouri appears to be making good on plans to close its Rush Island coal plant, which has racked up multiple Clean Air Act violations.
Ameren Missouri
FERC Approves Lower MISO Reliability Payments to Ameren Coal Plant
FERC OK'd a settlement to reduce payments to a Missouri coal plant under its system support resource agreement with MISO.
Manitowoc Public Utilities
FERC Approves SSR Agreement for Wisconsin Coal Plant
FERC approved a MISO system support resource (SSR) agreement that will keep a Wisconsin coal plant operating for reliability purposes.
Manitowoc Public Utilities
MISO Proposing 2nd SSR Agreement for Retiring Coal Unit
MISO is headed for another System Support Resource designation to keep a Wisconsin coal plant operating unless stakeholders present a viable alternative.
Power Techniques Inc.
FERC: Rush Island Plant’s Extension Essential to MISO Reliability
FERC approved an agreement that will keep an Ameren Missouri coal plant online past its planned retirement date to maintain MISO grid reliability.
API Construction Co.
MISO Stays Course on Sharpening Generation Retirement Studies
MISO is all but certain to enact a set of changes to its study process for retiring generators, stakeholders learned last week.
DTE Energy
MISO Bolstering Generation Retirement Studies Amid Capacity Shortage
MISO is proposing a makeover of its generator retirement studies that includes more notice and stiffer adherence to local reliability requirements.

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