The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) rejected challenges to their order awarding FirstEnergy a subsidy worth more than $600 million.
Michigan’s Upper Peninsula will get its own utility, two new generating plants and maybe additional transmission following actions by regulators and MISO.
FirstEnergy posted a $1.1 billion second-quarter loss, much of it related to the pending closure of five coal-fired units.
PUCO staff has proposed a new rider for FirstEnergy in order to maintain the company’s investment-grade credit rating.
Two former Ohio regulators debated FirstEnergy’s and AEP’s controversial PPAs in the opening session of the MACRUC Annual Education Conference.
Groups opposing FirstEnergy's plan to win subsidies from Ohio regulators asked FERC to again intervene in the dispute.
PUCO agreed to hear FirstEnergy's arguments for why it should be able to withdraw its controversial power purchase agreement and substitute a new plan.
After a yearlong battle to win approval from Ohio regulators for their controversial PPAs, FirstEnergy and AEP Ohio want to start over.
PJM asked FERC not to order changes to the RTO’s minimum offer price rule before May’s Base Residual Auction.
The Public Utiities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) unanimously approved modified versions of two controversial power purchase agreements for AEP and FirstEnergy.
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