EPSA filed its final brief on its petition for review of FERC’s action on PJM’s Focused MOPR mechanism (US Court of Appeals, 3rd Circuit). EPSA explains how the Commission’s default acceptance of the Focused MOPR is unlawful for multiple reasons, and that Section 205(g) does not relieve FERC, as a body, to provide a reasoned explanation for its having allowed this rule to take effect.Read More
Date filed: August 26, 2022 Docket No.: RM22-10 Summary: On August 26, 2022, the Electric Power Supply Association (“EPSA”) filed comments in response to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (“Commission”) June 16, 2022 Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (“NOPR”) which proposes to direct NERC to submit to the Commission modifications to Reliability Standard TPL-001-5.1 within one […]Read More
EPSA Protest of RENEW Northeast, Inc. and the American Clean Power Association v. ISO New England, Inc.
Docket No. EL22-42-000 Date: April 14, 2022 EPSA argued that the Complaint must be summarily rejected, because Complainants have failed to satisfy their burden under Section 206 of the Federal Power Act (the “FPA”). Complainants have not made even a prima facie showing that ISO-NE’s existing market rules concerning capacity accreditation and the designation of […]Read More
UNITED STATES OF AMERICABEFORE THEFEDERAL ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION Building for the Future Through Electric Regional Transmission Planning and Cost Allocation and Generator Interconnection } Docket No.: RM21-17-000 COMMENTS OF THE ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLY ASSOCIATIONDate Filed: Aug 17, 2022 Summary: On April 21, 2022, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued a proposed rule with broad […]Read More
On Tuesday, EPSA filed the attached Answer in Docket Nos. EL15-70 et al at FERC. EPSA’s Answer supports Dynegy’s (Vistra’s) motion to amend the paper hearing procedures set out in the June 16 Remand Order and argues that the current procedures outlined would not provide sufficient time to review the extensive amount of documents that parties to the earlier portion of this proceeding and that the closed FERC investigation would need to support any necessary claims of confidentiality and privilege with respect to each document.Read More
On August 8, 2022, the Electric Power Supply Association filed a supplemental petition for review of the FERC’s PJM ORDC Orders in the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals (Case No. 22-3666). EPSA filed the supplemental petition for review to encompass the July 28, 2022 PJM Order Addressing Rehearing Requests that issued after EPSA filed its previous petition, and requests that the court consolidate this matter with the pending Case No. 22-3176.Read More