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Meeting Name: PUC Agenda Meeting Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 9/24/2020 9:15 AM  
Meeting location: Online via Webex
Published agenda: Agenda Decisions Agenda Decisions Published minutes: Not available  
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Details 2017-152 121. WS - Wind Power Plant Siting* IP-6946/WS-17-410 Freeborn Wind Energy LLC In the Matter of the Application of Freeborn Wind Energy LLC for a Large Wind Energy Conversion System Site Permit for the 84 Megawatt Freeborn Wind Farm in Freeborn County. What action should the Commission take on the Administrative Law Judge’s September 11, 2020 Investigative Report Pursuant to Minn. Stat. § 216A.037? (PUC: Seuffert)  Action details
Details 2019-095 32. M - Miscellaneous* E002/M-19-186 Northern States Power Company, d/b/a Xcel Energy In the Matter of Xcel Energy’s Petition for Approval of Modifications to the Residential EV Subscription Service Pilot Program. Should the Commission approve Xcel Energy’s proposed modifications to its EV Subscription Service Pilot? (PUC: Terwilliger)  Action details
Details 2020-142 13. M - Miscellaneous* P405,407,5361/PA- Frontier Communications of Minnesota, Inc.; 20-504 Citizens Telecommunications Company of Minnesota; Frontier Communications of America, Inc. In the Matter of the Joint Application of Frontier Communications Corporation, Frontier Subsidiary Telco, LLC, Citizens Newtel, LLC, Frontier Communications of Minnesota, Inc., Citizens Telecommunications Company of Minnesota, LLC, and Frontier Communications of America, Inc. for Approval of a Transfer of Control due to a Chapter 11 Plan of Reorganization of Frontier Communications Corporation and its Subsidiaries. Should the Commission approve the transfer of control of Frontier’s Minnesota Operating Subsidiaries to New Frontier Communications Parent? (PUC: Fournier)  Action details
Details 2020-059 24. CI - Commission Initiated Investigation** E,G999/CI-20-425; Minnesota Rate Regulated Electric and Gas Utilities E,G999/M-20-427 In the Matter of an Inquiry into the Financial Effects of COVID-19 on Natural Gas and Electric Utilities; In the Matter of the Petition of the Minnesota Rate Regulated Electric and Gas Utilities for Authorization to Track Expenses Resulting From the Effects of COVID-19 and Record and Defer Such Expenses Into a Regulatory Asset. 1. Are the accounting methodologies proposed by the electric and gas utilities for tracking costs, revenues and grants incurred or received reasonable? Are cost and revenues clearly identified and clearly within specific categories? 2. What additional actions should the Commission take, if any? Are there any conditions or further caveats that should be considered related to the Commission's granting of authority to establish regulatory assets? 3. Should the Commission request information on the financial effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the utilities? (PUC: Alonso, Bender, Worlobah)  Action details