FERC declined to reconsider two orders upholding NEPOOL’s gag rule but allowing an RTO Insider reporter to join the organization’s End User sector.
House members urged FERC commissioners to holistically review RTO governance rules, while also pressing them on languishing docket decisions.
FERC’s chair appointed a new chief of staff and opined on PJM’s complex capacity rules, while lame-duck Commissioner LaFleur is not leaving just yet.
FERC rejected RTO Insider’s bid to force the New England Power Pool to open its meetings to the public and press, saying it lacked authority to act.
The New England Power Pool voted to admit RTO Insider correspondent Michael Kuser as an End User member under strict rules that prevent him from reporting publicly on what he hears in meetings.
The New England Power Pool indicated it won’t let reporters into its meetings without a fight, asking FERC to reconsider its order rejecting a press ban.
FERC rejected NEPOOL’s attempt to bar members of the press from membership, but left intact — for now, at least — rules barring reporting on proceedings.
Despite a few bumps, scrapes and scares throughout the year, ISO-NE delivered on time by dispatching key market initiatives.
RTO Insider responded to NEPOOL’s answer to protests that joined the publication in calling for open stakeholder meetings.
Six New England senators urged FERC Tuesday to end the New England Power Pool (NEPOOL) ban on public and press attendance at stakeholder meetings.
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