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S&P Global: Utilities with 11 million customers eye power market integration in US West

Posted by Zack Hale on Oct 5, 2021

S&P Global summarized the Western utilities exploring further power market integration, citing AEE's Amisha Rai on the need for a Western RTO. Read snippets below.

A new coalition of electricity suppliers in the U.S. West with about 11 million combined customers is exploring further power market integration as the drought-ravaged region seeks to slash greenhouse gas emissions while boosting grid reliability.

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S&P Global: Biden Order Could Prompt FERC to Act on Utility-Sector Competition, Experts Say

Posted by Zack Hale on Jul 12, 2021

S&P Global summarized the potential effects of Biden’s executive order making regulations from federal agencies like FERC more competitive, quoting AEE’s Jeff Dennis. Read snippets below and the full article here.

A new executive order issued by U.S. President Joe Biden could serve as an impetus for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to crack down on anti-competitive behavior while encouraging more wholesale power market expansion, according to industry experts.

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S&P Global: FERC Order Forces States to 'Grapple' with Distributed Energy Difficulties

Posted by Zack Hale on Jan 13, 2021

S&P Global summarized the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s Order 2222, quoting AEE’s Caitlin Marquis on DER aggregations. Read excerpts below and the full story here.

A recent Federal Energy Regulatory Commission order will force state regulators and electric grid operators to start thinking about distributed energy resources as a solution instead of a problem to solve, industry experts said Jan. 13.

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S&P Global: Major DC Circuit Gas Ruling Extends to FERC's Power Proceeding, Experts Say

Posted by Zack Hale on Jun 30, 2020

S&P Global covered the DOJs ruling requiring FERC to rapidly address pipeline disputes and power market proceedings, quoting AEE's Jeff Dennis. Read excerpts below and the entire S&P Global piece here. 

A federal appeals court ruling requiring the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to move faster to address pipeline disputes also carries major implications for how the agency handles contested power market proceedings, according to legal experts. Calling the practice a "stalling tactic," a full panel of judges for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit on June 30 ruled 10-1 that FERC can no longer use what are known as "tolling orders" to give itself indefinite time to act on rehearing requests that effectively bar parties from seeking judicial review...

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Topics: AEE In The News