Thanks. That report is helpful. It sounds to me like Xcel is on it and curtailment is on its way down. They are looking to improve balancing options, have improved forecasting, and as coal plants are replaced by more flexible nat gas plants, cycling costs drop. And then there's the topic of this thread, which will work to increase nighttime base load, which also should help. And before all that, it should be noted that Xcel's curtailment was in line with other providers, and dropped as a percentage of output even as output rose dramatically. In short, 0% would be better, but I'm ok with where they're at and their trajectory.