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Meeting Name: PUC Agenda Meeting Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 4/15/2021 9:15 AM  
Meeting location: Online via Webex
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Not available  
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Details 2021-057 11. S - Securities* G022/S-20-837 Greater Minnesota Gas, Inc. (GMG) In the Matter of the Petition by Greater Minnesota Gas, Inc. for Approval of its 2021 Capital Structure and Permission to Issue Securities. Should the Commission approve GMG’s proposed 2021 capital structure and grant permission to issue long-term and short-term securities? (PUC: Manning)  Not available
Details 2017-233 62. GR - General Rate* G011/GR-17-563 Minnesota Energy Resources Corporation In the Matter of the Application of Minnesota Energy Resources Corporation for Authority to Increase Rates for Natural Gas Service in Minnesota. Should the Commission accept MERC’s compliance filing regarding Improved Customer Experience (ICE) implementation for WEC Legacy Utilities? (PUC: Bender)  Not available
Details 2020-203 23. M - Miscellaneous* E015/M-20-825 Minnesota Power In the Matter of Minnesota Power’s Rider for Boswell Center Unit 4 (BEC4) Emissions Reduction and 2021 Factor. (PUC: Bender; DOC: Zajicek)  Not available
Details 2021-042 14. M - Miscellaneous* E015/M-20-557 Minnesota Power In the Matter of the Petition by Minnesota Power for Approval of its 2020 Solar Renewable Factor within its Renewable Resources Rider. 1. Should the Commission approve Minnesota Power’s 2020 Solar Factor and authorize recovery of expenses for the period 2016-2020? 2. Has Minnesota Power appropriately allocated costs to customer classes for the 2020 Solar Factor of the Renewable Resources Rider? (PUC: Manning)  Not available
Details 2020-089 55. CI - Commission Initiated Investigation** E,G999/CI-20-375 All Rate-Regulated Natural Gas and Electric Utilities In the Matter of an Inquiry into Actions by Electric and Natural Gas Utilities in Light of the COVID-19 Pandemic Emergency. 1. What action should the Commission take regarding utilities’ transition plans and process for returning to utilities’ tariff language? 2. Should the Commission reconsider Order language that would allow disconnections to resume 90-days after the end of the peacetime emergency? (PUC: Dornfeld, Martone)  Not available