Clean energy groups back FERC in battery storage lawsuit
A handful of clean energy groups want to intervene in support of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission as the agency faces a lawsuit over its recent order aimed at expanding deployment of energy storage technologies such as batteries.
Chatterjee plans Ky. energy summit on 'significant issues'
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Chairman Neil Chatterjee is hosting a conference for energy industry players in his home state of Kentucky this fall.
Chatterjee, Glick feud after market changes
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Chairman Neil Chatterjee and Commissioner Richard Glick are at odds as to whether a plan to ensure New England has enough electricity in the coming winters is "just and reasonable," the legal standard the agency uses to weigh any changes to electricity markets.
Lack of FERC quorum prompts market changes
In a rare development, updates to New England's electricity market became effective yesterday because only two of the four members of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission were able to vote on the matter.
N.Y. carbon pricing plan creates quandary for FERC
New York's grid operator is preparing a landmark plan to put a price on carbon dioxide emissions in the power sector that could head to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.