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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.

Notices:

Transmission rate changes were processed to incorporate the Annual Updates of the historical Transmission Owners, which includes updating the Attachments O and GG.  The following schedules changed: 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 26, 33, 37, 38, 41, 42-B, and 45.  

In addition to divisor and revenue requirement updates, other changes reflected in the rate update include the following: 

  • Schedule 2
    • In the ATC-WEC TPZ, generator-specific revenue requirements were approved for 8 generators in Docket ER18-829.
    • In the ATC-WPL TPZ, the Glacier Hills generator was also approved in Docket ER18-829.
    • In the ITCM TPZ, the ML Kapp and Red Cedar generators were retired as addressed in Docket ER18-1250
    • In the NIPSCO TPZ, Bailly Units 7 & 8 were retired as addressed in Docket ER18-1242.
    • In the Duke Indiana TPZ, the Connersville and Miami Wabash units were retired as addressed in Docket ER18-1196.
    • In the Entergy Mississippi TPZ, the Baxter-Wilson #2 and Rex Brown #3 units were retired as addressed in Docket ER18-1703.
    • In the NSP TPZ, the Red Pine Wind generators' revenue requirement was reduced per the settlement in Docket ER18-563. 

The overall impact on MISO system rates follows: 

  • Schedule 1:                           1.46% increase
  • Schedule 2:                           1.91% increase
  • Schedules 7, 8, & 9:           2.66% decrease
  • Schedule 26:                        0.01% increase
  • Schedule 33:                        0.25% increase
  • Schedule 45:                       0.25% increase  

These changes are effective June 1, 2018.

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