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Meeting Name: PUC Agenda Meeting Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 11/29/2018 9:30 AM  
Meeting location: Large Hearing Room
Published agenda: Agenda Decisions Agenda Decisions Published minutes: Not available  
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Details 2016-188 41. WS - Wind Power Plant Siting* IP6961/WS-16-686 Blazing Star Wind Farm, LLC In the Matter of the Application of Blazing Star Wind Farm, LLC for a Site Permit for the up to 200 Megawatt Blazing Star Wind Project in Lincoln County, Minnesota. Should the Commission grant the request to transfer the site permit for the Blazing Star Wind Farm from Blazing Star Wind Farm, LLC to Northern States Power? (PUC: Ek)  Action details
Details 2018-233 12. M - Miscellaneous* E015/M-18-600 Minnesota Power In the Matter of Minnesota Power's Petition for Approval of Amendments to FPL Energy Oliver Wind I, LLC and FPL Energy Oliver Wind II, LLC Power Purchase Agreements. (PUC: Stalpes; DOC: Rakow)  Action details
Details 2017-41 23. RP - Resource Planning* E017/RP-16-386 Otter Tail Power Company In the Matter of Otter Tail Power Company’s 2017-2031 Integrated Resource Plan. Should the Commission approve OTP’s request to delay filing its next resource plan from June 3, 2019 to June 1, 2020? (PUC: Stalpes)  Action details
Details 2015-329 44. GR - General Rate* E002/GR-15-826 Northern States Power Company d/b/a Xcel Energy In the Matter of the Application of Northern States Power Company for Authority to Increase Rates for Electric Service in the State of Minnesota. Should the Commission approve Xcel’s 2019 Final Rates Compliance Filing? (PUC: Alonso; DOC: Lusti)  Action details
Details 2018-237 15. M - Miscellaneous** E017/M-18-464 Otter Tail Power Company In the Matter of Otter Tail Power Company’s Petition for Approval of the Annual Rate Update to its Environmental Upgrades Cost Recovery Rider Rate and Rate Schedule 13.08. 1. Should the Commission approve Otter Tail Power’s annual update of its Environmental Upgrades Cost Recovery Rider rate under its Rate Schedule 13.08, changing the rate from -0.935 percent of a customer’s bill to zero percent effective December 1, 2018? 2. Should the Commission allow Otter Tail Power to refund (or recover) any over (or under) collected balance in the ECRR tracker account at that time and, if so, by what means? (PUC: Hetherington, Schwieger, Bender)  Action details
Details 2018-238 16. M - Miscellaneous** E015/M-11-409 Minnesota Power In the Matter of Minnesota Power’s Petition for Approval of a Pilot Rider for Customer Affordability of Residential Electricity. A. Should the Commission require Minnesota Power (MP) to redesign its Customer Affordability of Residential Electricity (CARE) Program and model it on Xcel Energy’s PowerON Program? B. Should the Commission authorize MP to make one or more of the following changes to the design of the existing CARE Program? C. Should the Commission accept Minnesota Power’s Sixth Annual Report on its Pilot Rider for Customer Affordability of Residential Electricity program? D. Should the Commission authorize or require MP to change or modify the way information is provided in future annual reports? E. Should the Commission accept MP’s CARE Program customer outreach effort described in its Sixth Annual Report to have adequately addressed the Commission’s concerns on customer outreach as directed in the Commission’s January 5, 2018 Order accepting fifth annual report? F. Should the Commission remove the CARE Program’s pilot status and reclassi  Action details
Details 2018-232 17. M - Miscellaneous** E002/M-17-828 Northern States Power Company d/b/a Xcel Energy In the Matter of the Petition of Northern States Power Company for Approval of the 2019-2021 Triennial Nuclear Decommissioning Study and Assumptions. 1. Should the Commission approve Xcel Energy’s Petition? 2. What should the annual accruals for decommissioning and the end of life nuclear fuel be? 3. How should future settlement payments from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) be handled? (PUC: Alonso, Bartusch)  Action details