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Energy / Government & Politics

SPP Reaches Western Milestone, Files Tariff With FERC

It's a step forward in SPP's plan to develop a day-ahead power market in the western U.S. read more >
Energy

SPP Will Be First RTO to Span East and West Interconnections

Seven western utilities have committed to joining the nonprofit, the first major expansion of SPP’s RTO service territory since October 2015. read more >
Ted Thomas
Energy / Government & Politics

Update: Ted Thomas Resigns from PSC for Private Sector

The news of Thomas’ resignation came immediately on the heels of a fierce notice of recusal from a solar interconnection case. read more >
Barbara Sugg, President and CEO-Elect of Southwest Power Pool
Energy

SPP Lines Up More Prospects for Western Service

Five of the new entities are in Washington State, and one, Powerex Corp. of Vancouver, is in Canada. read more >
Entergy Corp. headquarters in New Orleans
Energy / Government & Politics / Legal / Public Companies

PSC Turns Down Entergy’s ‘Low-Ball’ Settlement Offer

The offer did not include a cash refund for Arkansas customers who were allegedly overcharged. read more >
Ted Thomas
Energy / Legal / Public Companies

PSC Weighing $142M Entergy Settlement Offer on Grand Gulf

Entergy reached a settlement on similar allegations with Mississippi’s Public Service Commission on June 23, agreeing to refund the state $300 million read more >
Entergy Corp. headquarters in New Orleans
Energy / Legal / Public Companies

Mississippi Regulators Reach $300M Settlement With Entergy

The company was accused of overcharging customers. It still faces a similar complaint from the Arkansas Public Service Commission. read more >