Recent Filings

NEPGA Protests ISO-NE Deficiency Letter Response Regarding Resource Retirements (No. ER16-551)

NEPGA filed a protest of ISO-NE’s response to the FERC Office of Energy Market Regulation’s (OEMR) deficiency letter served on ISO-NE, pursuant to which the OEMR ordered ISO-NE to file certain information to supplement its December 2015 filing of Tariff changes defining ISO-NE’s proposal to significantly change the Forward Capacity Market rules governing resource retirements […]

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NEPGA and EPSA Jointly Support Forward Reserve Market Changes (No. ER16-921)

NEPGA and EPSA jointly filed a Motion to Intervene and Comments in support of ISO-NE’s and NEPOOL’s proposed changes to the Forward Reserve Market rules to: (1) eliminate the netting of Forward Capacity Market revenues from Forward Reserve Market revenues; and (2) base the Forward Reserve Offer Cap on the incremental costs for existing resources […]

Recent Filings

NEPGA Intervention on Lease Proposed by NPT/PSNH

NEPGA Intervention with the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission on a proposed lease agreement between Northern Pass Transmission and its affiliate, Public Service of New Hampshire (Docket 15-464)

Recent Filings

NEPGA Withdrawal of DR Complaint

NEPGA notice of withdrawal filed at FERC with respect to NEPGA’s complaint on demand response participating in the Forward Capacity Auction (Docket No. EL15-21)

Recent Filings

NEPGA Files Petitions for Review of Peak Energy Rent Adjustment Orders

NEPGA filed two Petitions for Review with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit (Nos. 16-1023 and 16-1024), asking the court to hear NEPGA’s appeals of FERC orders denying NEPGA’s requests to modify or eliminate the Peak Energy Rent Adjustment mechanism from the Forward Capacity Market.

Recent Filings

NEPGA Protests ISO-NE/IMM Resource Retirement Proposal – ER16-551

NEPGA protests the ISO-NE/IMM Resource Retirement proposal because it seeks to solve a problem not shown to exist, causes undue price discrimination price, gives ISO-NE but not the market participant the right to file a new rate under Section 205 of the Federal Power Act, and will unduly suppress capacity market prices (No. ER16-551).