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Meeting Name: PUC Agenda Meeting Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 8/18/2022 10:00 AM  
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Details 2022-145 11. GR - General Rate* G008/GR-21-435; CenterPoint Energy Resources Corp., d/b/a G008/MR-21-436 CenterPoint Energy Minnesota Gas In the Matter of the Application by CenterPoint Energy Resources Corp., d/b/a CenterPoint Energy Minnesota Gas for Authority to Increase Natural Gas Rates in Minnesota; In the Matter of CenterPoint Energy Resources Corporation’s Filing to Establish a New Base Gas Cost Filing (PGA Zero-Out) for Interim Rates in CenterPoint Energy’s General Rate Filing, Docket No. G-008/GR-21-435. Should the Commission accept the Offer of Settlement and adopt the Administrative Law Judge’s Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Recommendation to Approve the Settlement? (PUC: Bonnett, Alonso, Gustafson, Willette)  Action details
Details 2022-142 12. CN - Certificate of Need* IP-7013/CN-19-408; Big Bend Wind, LLC; IP-7013/WS-19-619; IP-7013/TL-19-621; IP-7014/CN-19-486; Red Rock Solar, LLC IP-7014/GS-19-620 In the Matter of the Application of Big Bend Wind, LLC for a Certificate of Need, a Site Permit for the up to 300 MW Large Wind Energy Conversion System and a Route Permit for the 161 kV Transmission Line in Cottonwood, Martin, and Watonwan Counties, Minnesota; In the Matter of of the Application of Red Rock Solar, LLC, for a Certificate of Need and a Site Permit for the up to 60 MW Red Rock Solar Project in Cottonwood County, Minnesota. 1. Should the Commission adopt the Administrative Law Judge’s Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Recommendation? 2. Should the Commission find that the environmental assessment and the record created at the public hearing adequately address the issues identified in the scoping decision? 3. Should the Commission grant a certificate of need for the up to 300 MW Big Bend Wind Project proposed in Cottonwood and Watonwan Counties, Minnesota? 4. Should the Commission grant a site permit for the up to 300 MW Big  Action details
Details 2021-135 33. GS - Power Plan Siting Non-wind** E002/GS-21-191; Xcel Energy E002/TL-21-190; E002/TL-21-189 In the Matter of the Application of Xcel Energy for a Site Permit and Two Route Permits for the up to 460 Megawatt Sherco Solar Energy Generating System and Associated 345 Kilovolt Transmission Lines in Sherburne County, Minnesota. 1. Should the Commission adopt the administrative law judge’s findings of fact, conclusions of law, and recommendation? 2. Should the Commission find that the environmental assessment and the record created at the public hearing adequately address the issues identified in the scoping decision? 3. Should the Commission issue a site permit for the Sherco 460-megawatt solar energy generating system? 4. Should the Commission issue a route permit for the 1.7-mile 345 kilovolt transmission line associated with the eastern portion of the solar facility? 5. Should the Commission issue a route permit for the 3.2-mile 345 kilovolt transmission line associated with the western portion of the solar facility? (PUC: Ek)  Action details