- Sep 14, 2021 3:38 pm GMT
I am closely following FERC Commissioner appointments lately due the regulatory role FERC has over the RTOs and ISOs.
This latest Biden appointment to FERC is timely since we may have situations in future when FERC Commissioners would vote 2-2 on key regulatory developments.
I am focused on how FERC Commissioners would decide on NYISO and CAISO FERC Order 2222 compliance filings. Next would be, PJM and ISO-NE filings. After that, MISO and SPP filings are due.
FERC also has an Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANOPR) out on transmission planning and generator interconnections. It would be interesting to see how this new FERC would shape future RTO planning. Would FERC give more role to RTOs in planning?
This new FERC under Chairman Glick also established an Office of Public Participation, to see public comments on FERC matters.
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