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Transmission Settlements and Pricing

The Monthly Transmission Settlements process financially settles Transmission Customers’ use of the MISO transmission system and our mandated, non-competitive Ancillary Services. Customer charges for transmission and Ancillary Services are calculated based upon the FERC-approved Tariff, and collected funds are distributed to Transmission Owners and providers of the mandated Ancillary Services. 

Transmission Settlements follows a calendar-month billing cycle by which MISO determines what charges Transmission Customers have incurred and the distribution of revenue to Transmission Owners and/or generators.  Customers also may count on us for technical assistance and support on MISO Transmission rate-related matters. Our processes provide non-discriminatory reviews of Attachments O, GG, MM, SS, and ZZ submissions annually.

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Transmission rates are effective as of the date of their posting and will not reflect any retroactive adjustments due to FERC Orders or any other reasons.



Rate changes were processed to incorporate the following:

 Per docket ER19-776 Henderson added as a TO. MISO implemented rates March 1, 2019 with impacts to the following schedules and rates – Henderson is in the BREC pricing zone.


-Sched 1 –   MISO rate decr 0.09%                              BREC rate decreased 7.21%

-Sched 7,8 ,9 – MISO rate decr 0.05%                        BREC rate decreased 1.33%

-Sched 26-  MISO rate decr 0.09%                              BREC rate decreased 7.21%

-Sched 33-  MISO rate decr 0.09%                              BREC rate not impacted

-Sched 45-  MISO rate decr 0.09%                              BREC rate not impacted


Schedule 2

-       Per docket ER19-776 Henderson added as a TO effective 2/1/19 decreasing the BREC rate 7.21%. Per docket ER18-2280, Marshalltown Generating Station was added to the ITC Midwest TPZ, which increased the TPZ rate by 59.99%.  Per docket ER18-1704, Stuttgart Solar's annual revenue requirement was reduced to $204,000, which decreased the Entergy Arkansas TPZ rate by 0.56%. Per docket ER18-1737, NIPSCO's fleet revenue requirement was reduced, resulting in a decrease of 5.00% in the NIPSCO TPZ rate.  Per docket ER19-433, Union Electric's fleet revenue requirements were reduced, resulting in a decrease of 15.25% in the Ameren MO TPZ rate and a decrease of 3.78% in the Ameren IL TPZ rate. Additionally, NERC IDs were changed from NRG to CCJN for Big Cajun 1, Big Cajun 2, and Bayou Cove generators. There were no changes to existing revenue requirements for these generators.  The MISO average Schedule 2 rate decreased by 0.77%.


These changes are effective March 1, 2019.

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