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    Minnesota PUC Issues Decision Involving 5 Companies

    September 21, 2022 - Targeted News Service


      ST. PAUL, Minnesota, Sept. 21 (TNSsro) -- The Minnesota Utilities Commission issued the following decision involving Xcel Energy, Otter Tail Power, Minnesota Power, Minnesota Investor-Owned Electric Utilities and Enbridge Energy:

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      1. Details 2022-183

      * E002/M-15-111; E002/M-17-817; E002/M-18-643; E002/M-19-186; E002/M-19-559; E002/M-20-711; E002/M-20-745; E002/M-21-101; E015/M-15-112; E017/M-20-638 Xcel Energy; Otter Tail Power; Minnesota Power

      In the Matter of the Annual Electric Vehicle Reports for Minnesota Power, Otter Tail Power, and Northern States Power Company d/b/a Xcel Energy. (PUC: Terwilliger; DOC: Davis)

      Attachments: DOC Comments 7-21-22 (

      2. Details 2022-184

      * E999/CI-17-879; E002/M-21-694; E015/M-21-390; E017/M-21-612 Minnesota Investor-Owned Electric Utilities

      In the Matter of a Commission Inquiry into Electric Vehicle Charging and Infrastructure;

      In the Matter of Xcel Energy's 2021 Integrated Distribution System Plan;

      In the Matter of Minnesota Power's 2021 Integrated Distribution System Plan;

      In the Matter of Distribution System Planning for Otter Tail Power Company.

      Should the Commission combine Minnesota Power, Otter Tail Power, and Xcel Energy's Transportation Electrification Plans (TEPs) with their Integrated Distribution Plans (IDPs)? (PUC: Terwilliger)

      Attachments: Briefing Papers (

      3. Details 2022-182

      ** PL-9/CN-21-823 Enbridge Energy, Limited Partnership

      In the Matter of the Decommissioning Trust Fund for the Enbridge Energy, Limited Partnership Line 3 Replacement Pipeline.

      1. What action(s) should the Commission take to establish the Decommissioning Trust Fund required by its orders in Docket PL-9/CN-14-916?

      2. What terms and conditions should be required in the Decommissioning Trust Fund?

      3. What entity should be named as the beneficiary of the Decommissioning Trust Fund? (PUC: Ek)

      Attachments: Briefing Papers (


      * One star indicates agenda item is unusual but is not disputed.

      ** Two stars indicate a disputed item or significant legal or procedural issue to be resolved. (Ex Parte Rules apply)

      Please note: For the complete record, please see eDockets

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