New York ISO asks approval of price ‘circuit breaker’ scheme

HOUSTON, June 5, 2001 – With a summer of razor thin margins in the offing, the New York Independent System Operator has asked the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for expedited approval of an automated price “circuit breaker” scheme at the agency’s June 13 meeting.

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