Mid-Atlantic Conference of Regulatory Utilities Commissioners (MACRUC)
Panelists held several discussions on interregional transmission planning, resource adequacy and the risks posed by extreme weather during the Mid-Atlantic Conference of Regulatory Utilities Commissioners (MACRUC) annual educational conference held from June 26 through 28.
Current or former FERC commissioners shared their views on the future of RTOs and the relationship between state and federal regulators.
For the first time in more than a year, regulators from PJM and NYISO joined in person for the MACRUC annual Education Conference.
PJM and other RTOs are seeing a “very dynamic” transmission system as older generation retires and a whole new class of generation comes online.
Relationships between state and federal entities on large-scale infrastructure projects featured prominently at the second day of MACRUC.
MACRUC announced that its 26th annual Education Conference will take place June 27-30 at the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort in Pennsylvania.
Regulators from NYISO and PJM descended upon the historic Omni Homestead Resort in Hot Springs, Va., for the 24th annual MACRUC Education Conference.
New Jersey Board of Public Utilities President Joe Fiordaliso is so exasperated by PJM that he’s considering pulling the state from the RTO.
Panels at the MACRUC annual summer education session focused on nuclear subsidies and the impact of state policy initiatives on power markets.
MACRUC attendees heard strikingly different prescriptions for how to fix the wholesale energy markets from the CEOs of New Jersey utility PSEG and Dynegy.
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