On December 3, in one of the first substantive moves to address energy competition in Arizona, the Arizona Corporation Commission held a special open meeting. The purpose of the three-hour meeting was to discuss in detail the possibility and ramifications of opening Arizona up to competitive retail energy and/or natural gas.
As you may already be aware, FERC has proposed to adopt Version 3.1 of the NAESB Standards. Today we will provide an overview of the upcoming North American Energy Standards Board (NAESB) Version 3.1 Standards which have been proposed for adoption by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). Our organization has been involved with NAESB since its inception in 2002, and with the Gas Industry Standards Board (GISB), the precursor to NAESB, before that.
Vermont’s Public Utility Commission (PUC) on Monday posted a two-page anonymous letter that accuses the Department of Public Service (DPS), a utility regulator responsible for protecting ratepayers’ interests, and utility Green Mountain Power (GMP) of working too closely together in a recent rate case.
After nearly a decade of trending downward, complaints regarding electricity energy in Texas reached a 3-year high during the 2018 fiscal year, according to a report by the nonprofit agency, Texas Coalition for Affordable Power (TCAP).
The newly minted chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) says he is committing to keeping the agency neutral and avoiding political influence.
Aligning PURPA with the Modern Energy Landscape: National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Proposal
In the base rate proceeding for PECO Energy Company (PECO), the recommended decision by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission’s Office of Administrative Law Judge was to deny NRG Energy, Inc.’s proposed modification to the allocation of costs between distribution service and default service.
New York Public Service Commission to Create “Office of Investigations and Enforcement”