On July 14, 2023, NEPGA filed a Petition to Intervene in the Maine Public Utilities Commission proceeding concerning Central Maine Power (CMP) rates, Request for Approval of Distribution Rate Increase and Rate Design Changes Pursuant to 35-A M.R.S. s. 307 (Docket No. 2022-00152). The proceeding concerns CMP base distribution rates, including potentially stranded cost rates […]
On July 12 and 13, the New England Power Generators Association testified at public hearings on the following bills: H.3147; H.3231; S.2167; S.2080. Below is the written testimony that NEPGA filed with the legislature.
Position Statement from NEPGA’s President Dan Dolan filed in advance of the FERC New England Winter Natural Gas-Electric Forum to be held on June 20, 2023, in Portland, Maine (Docket No. AD22-9).
On May 18, the New England Power Generators Association filed testimony on the following bills: H. 3161; H. 3216; H. 3696; S.2168; S. 2169; S. 2182. Hearings were scheduled for May 18 and May 19.
On May 18, the New England Power Generators Association filed testimony regarding LD 1895.
On May 10, NEPGA filed comments with the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) regarding proposed NOx regulations.
On April 4, 2023, NEPGA filed Comments in support of Dynegy Marketing Trading’s (DMT) (non-confidential, public filing) request that FERC accept its request for cost recovery for the operation of their resources on December 24, 2022 (on which day reserve deficiencies caused a Capacity Shortage Condition) (Docket No. ER23-1261). DMT asserts that its resources incurred […]
On February 6, 2023, NEPGA filed an Answer to the comments filed by National Grid and Vermont Electric Power Company and Vermont Transco (“VELCO”) in response to ISO-NE’s storage as transmission-only assets (SATOAs) proposal (Docket Nos. ER23-739-000 and ER23-743-000). National Grid asks FERC to either “clarify” or direct changes to ISO-NE’s proposal that would allow […]
On January 23, 2023, NEPGA filed Comments in support of RENEW Northeast’s complaint alleging that ISO-NE’s Tariff is unjust, unreasonable and unduly discriminatory in imposing on generators, for the duration of 20 to 40-year interconnection agreements, the operating and maintenance (O&M) costs of certain transmission infrastructure put in service to enable a new generator to […]
NEPGA Comments on Storage As Transmission-Only Asset – FERC Docket Nos. ER23-739-000 and ER23-743-000
On January 19, 2022, NEPGA filed Comments on ISO-NE’s proposal to allow electric storage facilities to compete to meet certain transmission reliability needs (so-called Storage as Transmission-Only Assets or SATOAs) and to allow ISO-NE to dispatch SATOAs under certain proscribed conditions. (Nos. ER23-739-000 and ER23-743-000). ISO-NE proposes to limit the locational and cumulative quantities of […]