Xcel Energy through its operating companies, Northern States Power (NSP), Public Service Company of Colorado (PSCO) and Southwestern Public Service Company (SPS) understands the importance of working with Generators Owners (GO), Resource Planners (RP), Transmission Owners (TO), Transmission Service Providers (TSP), Distribution Providers (DP), Planning Coordinators (PC) and Transmission Planners (TP) in achieving NERC Compliance in an interconnected transmission system. Xcel Energy is committed to meeting NERC Compliance which includes effectively communicating with NERC functional entities having specific questions related to NERC Reliability Standards. Xcel Energy has developed this webpage to help direct questions, data submittals, and requests related to NERC compliance to the correct Xcel Energy operating company. For questions, requests, and data submittals related to the NERC reliability standards referenced below, please send an email to the appropriate email address located on the bottom of this page.
For questions, requests, and data submittals to the Xcel Energy Operating Companies (NSP, PSCO, SPS).
In the states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, North Dakota, and South Dakota, email correspondence shall be sent to Northern States Power at the following email: NSPPlanning@xcelenergy.com
In the state of Colorado, email correspondence shall be sent to Public Service Company of Colorado at the following email: PSCOPlanning@xcelenergy.com
In the states of New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas, email correspondence shall be sent to Southwestern Public Service Company at the following email: SPSPlanning@xcelenergy.com
Midcontinent Independent System Operator (MISO) System Modeling
Public Service Company of Colorado (PSCO) Modeling Data Requirements
Southwest Power Pool (SPP) - Model Development Procedure Manual