The Illinois Attorney General and Public Citizen are calling on FERC to release private files pertaining to its investigation of Dynegy’s conduct in 2015.
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The CAISO Board of Governors approved the renewal of reliability-must-run agreements for four small aging gas plants it says are needed for grid reliability.
FERC said it will take another look into whether Dynegy manipulated pricing in MISO’s 2015/16 capacity auction and violated federal laws.
FERC approved an agreement between Dynegy and its Office of Enforcement to settle allegations that the company misrepresented its plants' ramp rates to PJM.
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The NEPOOL Markets Committee signed off on a plan to delay the elimination of ISO-NE’s MOPR, which the RTO abruptly threw its support behind.
ISO-NE's march to eliminating its minimum offer price rule (MOPR) continued with a vote in the NEPOOL Markets Committee.
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals agreed with Public Citizen that FERC hasn't explained why it continues to uphold the expensive Southern Illinois capacity price produced in MISO’s 2015/16 capacity auction.
FERC denied what might be a final bid to recalibrate the results of MISO’s 2015/16 capacity auction, blocking Public Citizen’s request for rehearing.
PJM’s concerns over FTR underfunding on projects with incremental auction revenue rights won’t be addressed through any Operating Agreement revisions.
Public Citizen asked FERC to rehear its ruling dismissing complaints over MISO’s 2015/16 capacity auction, saying it failed to justify its findings.
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