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May 21, 2024

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Former FERC Chairs Debate Scripted Open Meetings
Former FERC Chairs Richard Glick, Neil Chatterjee, Cheryl LaFleur, James Danly and Norman Bay debated whether there should be debates at the commission's open meetings at the EBA Annual Meeting.
U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Accountability
House Oversight Examines Grid Reliability and Resource Adequacy
Former FERC Commissioner James Danly told a House Oversight subcommittee that federal subsidies overvalue some resources, while undervaluing others, putting the future of the grid at risk.
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FERC Reconsidering Blanket Authorizations for Investment Companies
FERC opened an inquiry into whether it should continue to grant blanket authorizations for holding companies to purchase public electric utility securities.
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Phillips Addresses ‘Acting’ Status as FERC Awaits Nominees

What’s in a name? That is the question for FERC Chair — or is it “acting” Chair? — Willie Phillips.

 
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FERC Updates Interconnection Queue Process with Order 2023
FERC approved Order 2023 at its regular meeting, requiring changes to its pro forma interconnection queue that are aimed at clearing up the backlog of more than 2,000 GW of resources.
Michels Corporation
FERC Approves Incentives for NIPSCO’s MTEP Lines
FERC  approved Northern Indiana Public Service Company’s request for transmission incentives on two lines it is building under the MISO Transmission Expansion Plan.
House Energy and Commerce Committee
FERC’s Danly, Christie Again Warn Congress of Looming Reliability Crisis
FERC’s two Republican commissioners told members of Congress on Tuesday that the U.S. is heading toward a reliability crisis driven by the rapid retirements of dispatchable fossil fuel-fired generators.
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FERC Approves PJM Capacity Auction Delay to 2024
FERC approved PJM’s request to delay its 2025/26 capacity auction from Wednesday until next year as the RTO seeks to revamp its market rules.
Cleco
FERC Again Rejects MISO Minimum Capacity Obligation
MISO still doesn’t have enough justification to institute a minimum capacity obligation, FERC decided last week.
SPP
FERC Rejects Protest of SPP PRM Increase
FERC rejected a complaint by three SPP members seeking to overturn the RTO’s decision last year to increase its planning reserve margin from 12% to 15%.

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