This time last year, many in New England were understandably nervous. The war in Ukraine was entering its first winter, retail electricity prices were higher than some had ever seen in their lifetimes, and the grid operator was expressing concern about reliability. Taken together, it was probably the most uncertainty that many of us have […]
NEPGA filed a package, including an intervention, response, and declaration, to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit in support of a motion filed on February 18 by ISO-NE to lift the stay halting the termination order from FERC on the continued participation of NTE’s Killingly Energy Center in FCA 16 and other […]
NEPGA post-technical conference comments on FERC Modernizing Electricity Market Design March 23 technical conference.
NEPGA comments filed to the U.S. International Trade Commission’s (USITC) on their investigation: Renewable Electricity: Potential Economic Effects of Increased Commitments in Massachusetts (Investigation No. 332-574).
NEPGA Answer filed at FERC on the NESCOE Protest and NEPOOL Answer (Docket No. ER20-1567).
NEPGA Motion for Clarification or Rehearing of Pricing Treatment for Resources Held for Fuel Security in FCA 13
NEPGA Motion for Clarification or In the Alternative Request for Rehearing of FERC Order denying ISO-NE Waiver Request to hold the Mystic Units for fuel security. The NEPGA filing focuses solely on the pricing treatment of the held resources in FCA 13 highlighting the Commission Order’s clear preference to price the resources at a competitive […]
Motion for leave to Answer and Answer filed at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on ISO New England’s proposed Dynamic De-List Bid Threshold change (Docket No. ER18-620).
NEPGA post-technical conference comments to FERC on the interaction of state policies and wholesale electricity markets (Docket No. AD17-11).
NEPGA response to Massachusetts Clean Electricity Partnership report on subsidized contracts for importing provincially-owned hydropower.
Prepared statement of NEPGA President Dan Dolan at the Quadrennial Energy Review meeting of the U.S. Department of Energy