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Court Clarifies FERC Anti-Manipulation Rule to Demand Response Service Providers

Although the order did not address the merits of FERC's market manipulation claim, the court's order makes clear that aggregators of retail customers or other entities facilitating the participation of others in wholesale demand response programs can be assessed civil penalties to the extent that they directly participate in a manipulative scheme.

Connecticut council signs off on 485 MW Bridgeport Harbor project

Unit 5 would include one General Electric 7HA.02 gas turbine

VIDEO: ISO New England says Northern Pass can interconnect with transmission grid

All energy projects must secure that approval in order to be connected to the New England grid, Northern Pass said

N.H. regulators approve Eversource transmission line

National Grid and Eversource Energy will jointly invest a total of nearly $125 million in New Hampshire and Massachusetts to bolster the regional infrastructure, Eversource said

VIDEO: Siemens to supply 141 turbines for wind power plant in New Mexico, Texas

Broadview Wind project with a combined capacity of 324 MW

VIDEO: Pattern buys rights to 600 MW King Pine wind power project in Maine

Pattern Energy Group holds a right of first offer with respect to any power project that Pattern Development decides to sell, including the King Pine Wind project

VIDEO: National Grid wins OK to build New Hampshire to Massachusetts power lines

The New Hampshire portion of the Merrimack Valley Reliability Project is about 17.9 miles long, of 24.4 total miles, and is within existing National Grid and Eversource rights of way

Hydro-Quebec wins Canadian approval for power line to New Hampshire

Hydro-Quebec plans a 320-kV line between the Des Cantons substation and New Hampshire

Connecticut council works toward final decision on 485 MW PSEG project

Parties to the case can file briefs and proposed findings of fact by June 27

FERC denies PJM market monitor’s complaint regarding demand response

FERC Commissioner Tony Clark issued a statement dissenting in part