December 3, 2023

Xcel Energy (XE)

Xcel Energy
Xcel Energy Touts Steel for Fuel 2.0 Plan
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.
EPRI Launches Cross-industry Initiative to Advance EV Adoption
Transportation electrification is driving unprecedented levels of cross-industry collaboration as automakers, utilities, regulators and policymakers look ahead to how they will reach a growing list of ambitious goals.
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Down Day: Xcel, AEP, CenterPoint Shares Slide After Earnings
Xcel Energy, AEP and CenterPoint energy reported lower second-quarter earnings during a down day for utilities and other sectors on Wall Street.
FERC Rejects Protest of SPP PRM Increase
FERC rejected a complaint by three SPP members seeking to overturn the RTO’s decision last year to increase its planning reserve margin from 12% to 15%.
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ERO Supports FERC Weather Assessment Proposal
The ERO is supporting FERC’s proposal requiring transmission providers to outline plans to assess their vulnerability to extreme weather and mitigate any risks.
Xcel Energy
Xcel Sees Benefits in $3.2B Transmission Opportunities
Xcel Energy praised both the MISO long-range transmission plan and the late-breaking agreement over the $670 billion Inflation Reduction Act.
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SPP Woos Western Utilities with Markets+ Offering
SPP is continuing its delicate dance with Western utilities with a charm offensive that includes a first-hand look at the RTO’s sausage-making process.
PNNL: Communities Should Take Bigger Role in Coal Plant Closures
A report by the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory says that communities facing coal plant closures need to do a better job of preparing for the loss.
DOE, NREL Launch Energy Cybersecurity Accelerator
The Department of Energy and National Renewable Energy Laboratory announced an accelerator focused on cybersecurity solutions for the power grid.
Palo Verde Generating Station
Palo Verde Hydrogen Demo Gets $20M from DOE
The Palo Verde Generating Station will take part in a U.S. DOE-funded project to use nuclear power to produce hydrogen.

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