July 16, 2024

Hurricane Sandy

United Illuminating
ISO-NE Planning Advisory Committee Briefs: Aug. 18, 2021
United Illuminating told the ISO-NE Planning Advisory Committee that it is moving ahead with a floodwall protection system at a Connecticut substation.
Stephen Whitley: A Lifetime of Keeping the Lights On
Former NYISO CEO Stephen Whitley emphasized the importance of infrastructure in his keynote speech  at NECA’s 23rd Annual New England Energy Conference.
PJM’s Annual Meeting Marks CEO’s Departure
PJM's Annual Meeting last week marked a number of milestones: It was the largest yet, with 525 attendees, and it heralded the end of CEO Terry Boston’s eight-year tenure.
Microgrids: Evolutionary or Disruptive? That Depends on Who’s Talking
A group at PJM’s biannual General Session debated the value and challenges of microgrids.
PSEG Q4 Profits More than Double over 2013
PSEG reported fourth-quarter net income of $476 million ($0.94/share), more than double the $200 million ($0.39/share) for the same quarter in 2013.
NYISO Ordered to Refund $700K in Superstorm Sandy Billing Dispute
NYISO must refund more than $700,000, plus interest, to GDF Suez due to overcharges caused by missing meter data in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, FERC ruled.
Company Briefs
News briefs on companies in PJM Interconnection this week, including Dominion, Exelon, Public Service Electric & Gas and Southern.
Superstorm Sandy Stirs Change to Zonal Base Load Definition
Stakeholders approved a rule change to the PJM zonal base load definition so that zones don’t lose Auction Revenue Rights due to anomalies caused by storms or other extraordinary events.
PJM Grid Conference Focuses on Storms, Cybersecurity
Storms and cybersecurity were the subjects as PJM held its third annual Grid 20/20 conference in Philadelphia.
LS Power
State Briefs
State briefs from around PJM's territory. Included this week are Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.

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