Vistra says its acquisition of Energy Harbor and its nuclear plants will accelerate the company’s transformation and lead to a “re-segmentation” of its businesses when the deal closes.
CAISO stakeholders have voiced various concerns about an ISO straw proposal to revamp its interconnection process, with some cautioning about an overly rapid timeline.
FERC issued an order extending the time it has to review the proposed purchase of Energy Harbor by Vistra to next spring after several parties raised market concerns over the deal between two existing PJM generation owners.
A summary of FERC orders explaining why it denied rehearing request, which are automatically deemed denied unless the commission acts within 30 days.
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.
Vistra Energy's deal to buy Energy Harbor ran into opposition at FERC, where parties argued it would harm Ohio's retail market and further concentrate PJM's wholesale market.
PJM wrapped up the second phase of its critical issue fast path process to address RA concerns with two meetings on proposed changes to the capacity market.
FERC on Thursday approved energy storage and reliability improvement rules that help ensure CAISO will be able to meet needs.
FERC ordered ISO-NE to reconsider its market mitigation rules because of an “unanticipated and highly atypical” situation that pushed prices higher Dec. 24.
Vistra says its excited about its recent acquisition of Energy Harbor, which will more than double the company’s zero-carbon generation currently online.
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