Tag Archives: Rulemakings

Comment Period Closes on CPP Replacement Possibilities

Comments were due February 26 on EPA’s advanced notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPRM) to gather information on possible replacements for the CPP.  The total count for comments submitted is over 251,000.  By way of comparison, the proposal to repeal the … Continue reading

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FERC Issues Storage Rule

UPDATED 2.16.2018 with link to Order No. 841 and further information on the upcoming technical conference in Docket Nos. RM19-9-000 and AD18-10-000.  At today’s Open Meeting, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved unanimously a final rule concerning electric storage resource participation in RTO/ISO … Continue reading

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EPA Announces Additional Listening Sessions on CPP Repeal

UPDATED 02.01.2018 EPA’s notice of three public listening sessions has been published in the Federal Register, 83 Fed. Reg. 4,620. EPA will hold three additional “listening sessions” on its proposed repeal of the Clean Power Plan. Kansas City, Missouri—February 21, … Continue reading

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EPA Posts New Webpage Outlining Deregulatory Actions; Other Organizations Also Tracking

Earlier this week EPA announced over Twitter that it was launching a new website detailing the deregulatory actions that it is taking to implement Executive Order 13771, Reducing Regulation and Controlling Regulatory Costs (“One-in, Two-out”). EPA’s new website provides a … Continue reading

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FERC Terminates DOE’s Proposed Grid Resilience Pricing Rule; Initiates New Proceeding to Further Examine Resilience Issues

Yesterday, FERC issued an order terminating the DOE -proposed grid resilience and reliability pricing rulemaking and initiating a new proceeding to take additional steps to evaluate the resilience of the bulk power system in regions operated by ISOs and RTOs, … Continue reading

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