Entergy's Eternal Power Struggle: MISO Move Decades in the Making

by Luke Jones  on Monday, Nov. 26, 2012 12:00 am  

Years of controversy and litigation have led to Entergy Corp. joining a regional transmission operator, which manages Entergy’s power lines, and selling the lines themselves to a third party, ITC Holdings Corp. 

December 2011
Entergy Corp. announces $1.8 billion divestment of its 15,700 miles of transmission lines to ITC Holdings Corp. of Novi, Mich.

August 2012
APSC sets conditions for MISO move.

October 2012
APSC approves of Entergy-MISO move. SPP voices disapproval.

November 2012
Mississippi PSC and New Orleans City Council vote to approve Entergy-MISO move, clearing last legislative hurdle.

December 2012
SPP ends role as independent coordinator of transmission.

Dec. 18, 2013
Date announced for Entergy Arkansas’ official exit from the system agreement.



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