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The Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator's (MISO) board of directors has approved seven new transmission-owning members: six Entergy utility operating companies and South Mississippi Electric Power Association (SME). Full integration of Entergy and SME is planned for December 2013.

"We are pleased to welcome both Entergy and its operating companies along with South Mississippi Electric Power Association to MISO," says Steve Kozey, senior vice president of legal and compliance services. "Their membership will allow for further enhancement of the measurable benefits realized through MISO’s proven value proposition."




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