May 20, 2024

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Glick Denies Taking Directions from Biden Admin
FERC Chairman Richard Glick categorically denied taking directives or feedback from Biden administration officials on commission actions.
ISO-NE to FERC on Fuel Security: What Now?
ISO-NE asked FERC if it could seek its direction to improve its fuel security after the commission rejected the RTO’s ESI market design.
CPUC Approves $98M PG&E Ex Parte Settlement
Pacific Gas and Electric will pay $98 million for past improper communications with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), but the years-old ex parte proceeding stemming from the controversy will continue to drag on because of new emails that came to light last fall.
CPUC to Vote on $98M PG&E Settlement
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) will vote later this month on a $98 million settlement agreement regarding its own ex parte communications with PG&E.
California Fair Political Practices Commission
Former CPUC Member Fined for Lobbying Violations
Susan Kennedy, a former California utilities regulator and political insider, has been fined after state investigators determined that she failed to register as a lobbyist.
FirstEnergy Shutting down Unsold Coal Plant
Blocked by regulators from moving its ailing coal-fired Pleasants plant into the rate base of a subsidiary, FirstEnergy announced it will shut the plant down.

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