June 24, 2024


Coal States Press FERC on Resilience Docket
Public utility commissions from coal-producing states are urging FERC to finish its docket opened in January 2018 to solicit information on grid resilience.
Overheard at CERAWeek by IHS Markit 2019
CERAWeek by IHS Markit in Houston brought together a record 4,300 global energy movers and shakers from more than 70 countries.
© RTO Insider
McNamee Declines to Commit to Resilience Docket Recusal
FERC's Bernard McNamee informed Democrats that ethics advisers said he was not required to recuse himself from the commission’s resilience inquiry.
© RTO Insider
Ailing Chair, Resilience Inquiry Topped FERC News in 2018
FERC begins 2019 with a new chairman and renewed questions about whether it will resist President Trump's efforts to deliver on his pledges to coal.
© RTO Insider
Chatterjee Pressed on McNamee Resilience Recusal
Bernard McNamee was greeted at FERC's open meeting by protests and questions of whether he would recuse himself from dockets on grid resilience.
Enviros Seek McNamee Recusal in Resilience Dockets
Environmentals asked FERC Commissioner Bernard McNamee to recuse himself from the commission’s resilience dockets because of his advocacy for coal and nuclear plants during his time at the Department of Energy.
PJM Begins Campaign for ‘Fuel Security’ Payments
PJM released the summary of a study that it sasy shows the need to compensate "fuel secure" generators to prevent blackouts in extreme conditions.
Returning Chair Pledges to Protect FERC’s Independence
FERC Chairman Chatterjee met with reporters at commission headquarters in D.C., where he praised Commissioner Kevin McIntyre's tenure as chair.
McIntyre Defends FERC Chief of Staff Pugliese
FERC Chairman Kevin McIntyre has defended Chief of Staff Anthony Pugliese, saying his controversial remarks did not reflect commission policy.
FERC Denies ISO-NE Mystic Waiver, Orders Tariff Changes
FERC denied ISO-NE’s request for a Tariff waiver to keep Exelon’s Mystic plant running, instead ordering the RTO to allow cost-of-service agreements.

Want more? Advanced Search