NYISO Board of Directors Names Richard J. Dewey President and CEO

The New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) today announced that its Board of Directors has named Richard J. Dewey, currently Executive Vice President, to be President and Chief Executive Officer, effective June 1, 2019.

Utilities Shouldn’t Get FERC Protection in $3.6 Billion Case, Attorneys Argue

Lawyers in rate scheme case against Eversource Energy and Avangrid Inc. argue that filed rate doctrine doesn’t apply if the companies allegedly engaged in unregulated misconduct and natural gas supply manipulation that drove up New England electricity prices by $3.6 billion.
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Former VA Attorney General Slams Duke Energy’s Effort to Lock Rates Through Legislation

Ken Cuccinelli says N.C. legislation will only benefit Duke Energy and is a “power grab”.

FirstEnergy Passes Important Step in Bankruptcy Proceedings

Company announces that the bankruptcy court in which they’re filing their Chapter 11 documents authorized FirstEnergy to solicit votes for a Plan of Reorganization

Opponents Mobilize Against Easing Duke Energy Rate Increases

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Opponents want North Carolina lawmakers to reject Duke…

Energy Executive Panel Tackles Whether Energy Is More Than A Commodity

Energy executives offer their perspective on the current market, the possibility of new players and technologies, and what the next five years might bring.

Energy Choice Coalition Enters Newest Iteration Under Leadership of Retail Energy Veteran

ECC Executive Director Robert Dillon wants to elevate the conversation about energy choice and the benefits of deregulation.

Stream Signs Definitive Agreement for Sale of Retail Energy Business to NRG Energy

Acquisition to strengthen NRG’s position as a leading, customer-driven energy company