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SWPP declares period of Conservative Operations
07/28/2021

(KLZA)-- The Southwest Power Pool has declared a period of Conservative Operations for our entire 14-state balancing authority footprint effective 12:00 central time on Thursday, July 29 through 8:00 p.m. on Friday, July 30. 
The need for a declaration of Conservative Operations is due to hot-weather conditions causing high electricity use that are expected to persist through our afternoon peak on July 30. 
The declaration is intended to inform SPP’s market participants they should make available all necessary generating resources to meet the high demand SPP anticipates across its region. 
Looking ahead, SPP does not currently anticipate the need to request public conservation of energy or to direct controlled service interruptions. 

A declaration of Conservative Operations precedes and is less severe than Energy Emergency Alerts like those SPP issued during the February 2021 winter weather event. During periods of Conservative Operations, no action is required of the pubic unless specifically directed by an individuals’ local utility.

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