Former FERC regulators who were in the middle of many of the electric industry’s watershed events of the past two decades reminisced.Read More
FERC on Tuesday rejected the rate schedule proposed for the struggling Ginna nuclear power plant and ordered hearing and settlement proceedings.
Opponents of a financial lifeline for the R.E. Ginna nuclear plant were rejected in their bid for more time to prepare their challenges.Read More
New York regulators say the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s recent order on reliability-must-run agreements “interferes” with state authority as they try to address generation shortages in the state.Read More
FERC last week ordered hearing and settlement procedures in a dispute over the costs of keeping NRG Energy’s Dunkirk, N.Y., generating plant online for reliability.Read More
New York utilities have proposed revised transmission upgrades that would add 1,000 MW of capacity to relieve congestion in the Hudson Valley without obtaining new rights of way.Read More
New York regulators OKd Con Edison’s demand side management plan to relieve overloads in Brooklyn and Queens, allowing the deferral of a $1 billion substation.Read More
The New York Public Service Commission and FERC will study the state’s troubled capacity market at a technical conference in Manhattan Wednesday.Read More
The New York Public Service Commission Thursday reiterated its approval of NRG Energy’s request to convert the Dunkirk coal-fired generator to natural gas.Read More
News briefs on companies in the PJM Interconnection this week, including Exelon, Entergy, ComEd, PSEG and DTE.Read More
State utlity regulators criticized rules that restrict states’ ability to contract for capacity last week at the Mid-Atlantic Conference of Regulatory Utilities Commissioners’ (MACRUC) annual education conference, and called on PJM and FERC for changes.Read More
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