Entergy Profits Unscathed by Storms, Virus

Vicious storms and an ongoing pandemic failed to hobble year-over-year profit growth, Entergy executives said. | Entergy

Electricity industry experts wrestled with the question of how the Midwest grid can fully decarbonize while facing increasingly common extreme weather events. | NextEra

Gov. Tony Evers’ second state budget seeks millions in funding to make good on the commitment he made a year ago to address climate change. | Shutterstock

The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a FERC ruling that found a 2016 merger had left three ITC Holdings subsidiaries no longer fully independent. | ITC

SPP’s state regulators agreed on revisions to a package of recommendations, including one that prioritizes resolving rate pancaking. | Organization of MISO States

MISO said its members collectively saved about $3.5 billion in 2020 for choosing RTO membership over going it alone on the grid. | © RTO Insider

FERC ordered Wisconsin Electric Power Co. and a Northern Michigan cooperative into settlement proceedings to resolve a complaint over excessive rates. | Cloverland Electric Cooperative

FERC rejected Public Citizen's claim that CenterPoint Energy concealed $625 million equity investment from a hedge fund manager that brought new management on board. | CenterPoint Energy

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