On August 6, NEPGA filed a Motion for Expedited Action on NEPGA’s Request for Rehearing of FERC’s 2018 order accepting, inter alia, ISO-NE’s proposal to re-price as a price-taker a resource operating under a cost-of-service agreement to meet a fuel security-related reliability need (Docket Nos. EL18-182 and ER18-2364). NEPGA filed its Request for Rehearing on […]
NEPGA Files Comments Pre-Energy Security Improvements FERC Public Meeting (Docket Nos. EL18-182-000, et al.)
On July 9, NEPGA filed Comments in advance of the July 15 FERC Staff-led public meeting to receive information regarding the Energy Security Improvements (ESI) design ISO-NE is developing to comply with FERC’s directive that it file by October 15 improvements to the wholesale market design to address winter energy security issues (Docket No. EL18-182, […]
NEPGA Files Protest of Existing Tariff Rules Under Acceptance of Inventoried Energy Program – No. ER19-1428
On April 15, 2019, NEPGA filed a protest in response to ISO-NE’s Inventoried Energy Program (IE Program) proposal pending before FERC (Docket No. ER19-1428). ISO-NE intends for the IE Program to provide “incremental revenue” to resources that contribute to firm winter fuel and energy in the FCA 14 and 15 winter months, believing that it […]
On April 12, NEPGA filed a Protest of ISO-NE’s FCA 13 Results Filing, specifically with respect to the failure of ISO-NE to include testimony from its Internal Market Monitor (IMM) attesting to the competitiveness of the FCA 13 outcome (Docket No. ER19-1166). The Tariff requires that ISO-NE file, under Section 205 of the Federal Power […]
NEPGA Reply Brief to the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities in consideration of contracts with Hydro Quebec (Docket 18-64, 65, 66).
Comments filed by NEPGA to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on proposed changes to the Clean Energy Standard
NEPGA filed an initial brief with Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities on consideration of contracts with Hydro Quebec over the New England Clean Energy Connect (DPU 18-64, 65, 66).
NEPGA responses to questions posed by the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources as to whether the additional 1,600 MW of offshore wind potential procurements should be utilized.
NEPGA Answers Vineyard Wind Emergency Motion – On Tuesday, NEPGA filed an Answer to the Emergency Motion filed by Vineyard Wind on Monday (just hours before the commencement of FCA 13) in which Vineyard Wind asked FERC to stay, or in the alternative “re-run” FCA 13 following its conclusion (Docket No. ER19-570). Vineyard Wind’s request […]
On February 4, 2019, NEPGA filed Comments asking FERC to conditionally grant an ISO-NE Motion for Extension of Time to file certain market design changes (Docket No. ER18-182). FERC previously ordered ISO-NE to file by July 1, 2019, a market-based solution to New England’s winter energy security concerns (the so-called Chapter 3). In its Motion, […]