9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
A federal appeals court rejected a challenge to FERC’s 2020 revisions to how it enforces the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act.
The city of Berkeley asked the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals for an en banc rehearing of a decision to overturn its nation-leading ban on natural gas hookups.
A court ruling voiding Berkeley's ban on natural gas in new buildings could have national impact, but it doesn’t prevent all efforts to electrify buildings.
An appeals court vacated FERC orders that threatened to force a jurisdictional standoff with the judge overseeing PG&E’s bankruptcy.
The 9th Circuit found California’s Renewable Market Adjusting Tariff program violated PURPA by capping the energy utilities must purchase from QFs.
FERC reaffirmed that Pacific Gas & Electric participates voluntarily in CAISO and qualifies for hefty financial incentives to remain in the ISO.
Bankruptcy Court Judge Dennis Montali certified his decision rejecting FERC's authority over PG&E's wholesale PPAs for direct appeal to the 9th Circuit.
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