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May 21, 2024

Delaware Public Service Commission

PJM Interconnection
Stakeholders Spar over PJM Request to Recalculate Capacity Auction Results
Stakeholders filed comments debating PJM’s request that FERC direct it to recalculate the results of the 2024/25 Base Residual Auction and rerun the third Incremental Auction.
Delaware PSC’s Farber Retires — Again
After nine years at the Delaware PSC, John Farber retired last week. He hopes it’s for good this time.
Del. Lawmakers Try to Block Artificial Island Plan; Project Still on Track
The Delaware House of Representatives unanimously passed a resolution aimed at blocking a proposed stability fix for Artificial Island.
PJM Operating Committee Briefs
Capacity Performance units no longer would be compensated for participating in cold weather testing under a plan by the PJM Operating Committee.
FERC Rejects Ramp Rate Exception in PJM Capacity Rules
FERC rejected the PJM Tariff proposal to exempt some capacity resources from nonperformance charges in capacity performance.
FERC Upholds Cost Allocation for Artificial Island, Bergen-Linden Projects
FERC approved the controversial cost allocation of two PJM projects: a stability fix for Artificial Island and the Bergen-Linden Corridor upgrade.
Exelon-Pepco Deal in Doubt as Mayor, Consumer Advocate Balk at New Terms
The Exelon-Pepco merger looked in danger of failing Tuesday as D.C.'s mayor and consumer advocate said they would not accept new terms offered by D.C. regulators.Modify your meta description by editing it right here
DC PSC: Will OK Exelon-Pepco Deal for Additional Concessions
D.C. regulators today denied Exelon’s $6.8 billion acquisition of Pepco but said they would approve the deal with additional concessions.
Md. Judge Upholds PSC’s OK of Exelon-Pepco Merger
A Maryland judge upheld state regulators' approval of Exelon’s acquisition of Pepco, denying an appeal led by the Office of People’s Counsel.
LS Power’s Artificial Island Rate Filing Challenged
Stakeholders asked FERC to suspend LS Power's filing for the maximum of five months and conduct an evidentiary hearing on the matter.

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