FERC reversed its previous determination that “all interested parties can review and challenge Mystic’s revenue credits and tank congestion charges” in the annual true-up process.
New England utilities have sought information on the agreement between ISO-NE and the Mystic power plant in Massachusetts.
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FERC set a base return on equity of 9.33% on the Mystic Generating Station’s reliability-must-run contract, using methodology it introduced last year.
FERC dismissed a complaint by New England generators against Exelon's Mystic cost-of-service agreement.
FERC made additional alterations to its orders approving ISO-NE’s cost-of-service contract with Exelon’s Mystic Generating Station.
FERC clarified some aspects of its orders approving ISO-NE’s cost-of-service contract with Exelon’s Mystic Generating Station.
FERC voted 2-1 to approve ISO-NE’s cost-of-service agreement with Exelon for its Mystic plant, including payments to the company’s Distrigas LNG facility.
Fuel security and the role of traditional and non-traditional fuels in New England highlighted discussions at the 2018 NECA Fuels Conference.
Climate change and the role of heating and cooling improvements for energy efficiency were the hot topics at a meeting of the ISO-NE Consumer Liaison Group.
The New England Power Pool (NEPOOL) Markets Committee debated ISO-NE’s proposals for conducting fuel security reliability reviews.
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