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The most important headlines, decisions and events at FERC.
The most important headlines, decisions and events at FERC.
FERC today approved a stipulation and consent agreement between FERC’s Office of Enforcement and the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC), and Southern California Edison Company (SCE) that includes a $650,000 civil penalty and several compliance requirements. The agreement resolves the investigation by FERC Enforcement staff and NERC into SCE’s involvement in the Sept. 8, 2011, Southwest blackout.
FERC today approved a stipulation and consent agreement between FERC’s Office of Enforcement and the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC), and Southern California Edison Company (SCE) that includes a $650,000 civil penalty and several compliance requirements. The agreement resolves the investigation by FERC Enforcement staff and NERC into SCE’s involvement in the Sept. 8, 2011, Southwest blackout.
FERC today approved a stipulation and consent agreement between FERC’s Office of Enforcement and the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC), and Southern California Edison Company (SCE) that includes a $650,000 civil penalty and several compliance requirements. The agreement resolves the investigation by FERC Enforcement staff and NERC into SCE’s involvement in the Sept. 8, 2011, Southwest blackout.
FERC today approved a stipulation and consent agreement between FERC’s Office of Enforcement and the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC), and Southern California Edison Company (SCE) that includes a $650,000 civil penalty and several compliance requirements. The agreement resolves the investigation by FERC Enforcement staff and NERC into SCE’s involvement in the Sept. 8, 2011, Southwest blackout.
FERC today approved a stipulation and consent agreement between FERC’s Office of Enforcement and the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC), and Southern California Edison Company (SCE) that includes a $650,000 civil penalty and several compliance requirements. The agreement resolves the investigation by FERC Enforcement staff and NERC into SCE’s involvement in the Sept. 8, 2011, Southwest blackout.
FERC today approved a stipulation and consent agreement between FERC’s Office of Enforcement and the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC), and Southern California Edison Company (SCE) that includes a $650,000 civil penalty and several compliance requirements. The agreement resolves the investigation by FERC Enforcement staff and NERC into SCE’s involvement in the Sept. 8, 2011, Southwest blackout.
FERC staff from the Office of Enforcement (OE), the Office of Energy Policy Innovation (OEPI) and the Office of Electric Reliability (OER) today provided an update on Commission and industry actions and continuing initiatives responding to the severe cold weather events experienced last winter.
FERC today found the New England Transmission Owners’ existing base return on equity (ROE) unjust and unreasonable, and in a separate order set for hearing a complaint alleging that the Midcontinent Independent System Operator, Inc. (MISO) Transmission Owners’ 12.38 percent base ROE is unjust and unreasonable.
FERC today accepted in part SPP’s proposed OATT revisions filed in response to the Commission’s July 18, 2013 order addressing SPP’s compliance with Order No. 1000, and clarified certain additional compliance obligations that SPP must address in the future. This order also granted in part, and denied in part, requests for rehearing of the July 18, 2013 order. In particular, the Commission addressed whether federal rights of first refusal should apply to the development of certain categories of transmission projects in the region.
FERC today accepted in part SPP’s proposed OATT revisions filed in response to the Commission’s July 18, 2013 order addressing SPP’s compliance with Order No. 1000, and clarified certain additional compliance obligations that SPP must address in the future. This order also granted in part, and denied in part, requests for rehearing of the July 18, 2013 order. In particular, the Commission addressed whether federal rights of first refusal should apply to the development of certain categories of transmission projects in the region.
FERC today accepted in part SPP’s proposed OATT revisions filed in response to the Commission’s July 18, 2013 order addressing SPP’s compliance with Order No. 1000, and clarified certain additional compliance obligations that SPP must address in the future. This order also granted in part, and denied in part, requests for rehearing of the July 18, 2013 order. In particular, the Commission addressed whether federal rights of first refusal should apply to the development of certain categories of transmission projects in the region.


 
 
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