Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Company News

Trademark Law and the News Media

Were it not for the strong defense provided to us by attorney, Jerry Levine, who represented us pro bono, we might have been forced to shut down before we had a chance to introduce ourselves to those who care about PJM. We can’t thank him enough.

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PJM, Monitoring Analytics Sign New Contract

PJM announced this morning that the Board of Managers has approved a new contract with Monitoring Analytics, PJM’s independent market monitor. The contract, which must be approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, runs through 2019.

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Exelon Tops Maryland Lobbying Spending

Maryland Lobbying by the Electric Industry - November 2012-April 2013 vs. November 2011-October 2012 (Source: Maryland State Ethics Commission)

Exelon Corp. spent more than $400,000 lobbying the Maryland legislature between November 2012 and April 2013, making it the top spender in the state, according to recently-released data.

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Atlantic City Electric Wins $25 Million Base Rate Hike

New Jersey regulators approved a $25.5 million annual increase in Atlantic City Electric Co.’s base distribution rates and recovery of $70 million costs for recovery following the June 2012 Derecho and Hurricane Sandy in October 2012.

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Our New Name

Under threat of ruinous litigation by PJM, we have reluctantly agreed to adopt a new name: RTO Insider. Over the next few months we’ll also be transitioning to a new Web address, RTOInsider.com.

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Leasing the Ocean for Power

The Interior Department’s Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) oversees development of the nation’s oil, gas, mineral and renewable energy resources on the Outer Continental Shelf.

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PJM States Seek ‘First Mover’ Status

Map of Proposed New Jersey Energy Link (Source: Atlantic Wind Connection)

If the U.S. is to enter the offshore wind industry, it will likely happen first on the Atlantic Coast. The coastline’s shallow waters are similar to those in Europe, which has been building utility-scale offshore wind for more than a decade.

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PJM: We’ll Sue

PJM has sent us a draft of their lawsuit against us, claiming that our name confuses readers into believing we are somehow associated with PJM.

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PJM, FERC Rules Buffet EnerNOC

With its reliance on demand response and heavy concentration in PJM, EnerNOC has seen its fortunes wax and wane based on decisions made in Valley Forge and Washington.

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Company News

A summary of this week’s news from various companies in the PJM region.

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