Andrew Moratzka

Andrew Moratzka

Stoel Rives LLP

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Gov. Dayton Signs 2015 Jobs and Energy Bill into Law

On Saturday, June 13, Governor Dayton signed the 2015 Jobs and Energy Bill into Law. The following amendments were made after the Governor’s veto: - New definitions for “propane,” “propane storage facility,” and...more

6/15/2015 - Clean Energy Clean Power Plan Cyber Threats Energy Policy Energy Sector Legislative Vetoes Minnesota Department of Commerce Minnesota Public Utilities Commission New Legislation Pollution Control Power Grid Propane Regulatory Reform Renewable Energy Utilities Sector

Sprint to the Finish! Fast Work at the Conclusion of the 2015 Minnesota Legislative Session Results in Few but Significant Energy...

In a literal sprint to the finish, the Minnesota legislature passed a bill, which included energy policy provisions as part of a Senate Floor Amendment, just seconds before the State constitutional deadline. Pertinent energy...more

5/20/2015 - Electricity Energy Policy New Legislation Utilities Sector

Minnesota Stakes its Claim as a National Leader on Energy Regulatory Reform with Release of e21 Report

Today marks the release of the highly anticipated report from the Minnesota e21 Initiative (e21 stands for 21st Century Energy System). The Great Plains Institute assembled a diverse range of stakeholders, including...more

12/19/2014 - Energy Policy Regulatory Reform Regulatory Standards Renewable Energy Utilities Sector

Value-of-Solar is Delayed; Minnesota Community Solar Gardens Move Forward

Last Thursday, the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (“MPUC”) approved Xcel Energy’s first Minnesota-based Community Solar Garden (CSG) program. After Xcel’s initial program filing was rejected by the MPUC in April, Xcel...more

8/11/2014 - Electricity Energy Projects Renewable Energy Solar Energy Solar Farm Utilities Sector

Minnesota Commission Punts on Resource Decision: Keeps Solar in the Game

After the years of inconclusive resource planning, months of contested case proceedings, and days of oral argument, discussion and review that led to today’s deliberations, the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission...more

3/28/2014 - Energy Solar Energy Utilities Sector

Fake Punt! Minnesota Commission Immediately Reevaluates Motion and Advances Solar Plus One (or more) Gas Plants

In a follow up to our prior post, we now report that the Minnesota Commission subsequently modified its initial decision to clarify that Xcel Energy is directed to negotiate a power purchase agreement with the solar bidder,...more

3/28/2014 - Power Plants Solar Energy Utilities Sector

Minnesota Utilitites and Stakeholders Meet to Kick Off e21 Initiative

Xcel Energy, Minnesota Power, Center for Energy and Environment, George Washington University, and other stakeholders participated in the first e21 Initiative meeting on February 28...more

3/7/2014 - Utilities Sector

Minnesota Supreme Court Affirms Minnesota Public Utilities Commission's Interpretation and Application of State Law and...

On November 2, 2009, just one day after the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission's (the "Commission's") final order in Minnesota Power's 2008 rate case, Minnesota Power filed its largest petition ever to increase electric...more

9/19/2013 - Electricity Energy Power Grid Utilities Sector

Administrative Law Judge Recommends 4.7 Percent Increase for Xcel Energy's Minnesota Customers

On July 8, 2013, Xcel Energy Inc., submitted a filing with the SEC detailing an Administrative Law Judge’s decision in a pending electric rate case in Minnesota and calculating the decision’s impact on one of its...more

7/10/2013 - Office of Administrative Law SEC Utilities Sector

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