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    Minnesota PUC Issues Decision Involving Otter Tail Power, Minnesota Power and Xcel Energy

    October 5, 2022 - Targeted News Service


      ST. PAUL, Minnesota, Oct. 5 (TNSsro) -- The Minnesota Utilities Commission issued the following decision involving Otter Tail Power Co., Minnesota Power and Xcel Energy:

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      1. Details 2022-190

      ** E017/PA-21-793 Otter Tail Power Company

      In the Matter of a petition for approval of Otter Tail Power's proposed acquisition from Ashtabula III, LLC the 39 turbines, 62.4-Megawatt Ashtabula III wind facility and related assets.

      Should the Commission approve Otter Tail's proposed acquisition from Ashtabula III, LLC the 39 turbines, 62.4-Megawatt Ashtabula III wind facility and related assets?

      (PUC: Worlobah)

      2. Details 2020-158

      ** E015/M-20-607 Minnesota Power

      In the Matter of Minnesota Power's Petition for Approval of its New SolarSense Customer Solar Program.

      1. What should be the SolarSense target incentive level?

      2. What should be the maximum rebate per SolarSense customer?

      3. What allocation process should be used? (PUC: Noyce)

      3. Details 2022-191

      ** G-999/R-22-279 All Pipeline Companies

      In the Matter of Possible Amendments to Rules Governing Pipeline Definitions and Exemptions, Minnesota Rules Chapter 7852.

      Should the Commission authorize publication of the proposed rules in the State Register? (PUC: Bethke)

      4. Details 2022-197

      ** E002/M-22-432; E002/GR-21-630 Xcel Energy

      In the Matter of the Petition of Northern States Power Company for Approval of a Public Charging Network, and Electric School Bus Pilot, and Program Modifications; In the Matter of Xcel Energy's Application for Authority to Increase Electric Rates.

      What process should the Commission use to evaluate Xcel's proposed Electric Vehicle (EV) Portfolio and proposed cost recovery method? (PUC: Terwilliger)


      * 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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