NEPGA Files Complaint on Peak Energy Rent Adjustment Mechanism (No. EL16-120)

NEPGA filed a complaint asking FERC to find that the Forward Capacity Market’s Peak Energy Rent Adjustment mechanism (PER) is unjust and unreasonable, particularly since FERC ordered increases to the Reserve Constraint Penalty Factors (RCPFs) in 2014.  NEPGA asks FERC to order ISO New England to file Tariff changes that mitigate the incremental harm caused by the RCFP increases, and to order a refund of incremental PER charges incurred as of the refund effective date.  No. EL16-120.


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