Sunday, May 29, 2022

"It is not the Commission’s role to choose one resource type over another"

In a classic 'bury the headline' move in front of a long weekend, the Chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) allowed ISO-New England to further delay moves to reduce dependence upon fossil fuels. The news was released at "10:17 PM · May 27, 2022·via Twitter Web App".

"Tonight, @FERC  voted to permanently end the use of the #MOPR as a tool to stymie state policies in @ISONewEngland .  
While I would have preferred this happen immediately, I voted to approve the filing with the 2 year transition.  
Full statement here:" 

Shared from Twitter -> 

CommonWealth Magazine also provides coverage of this decision

This has been a recurring topic on our "Making Sense of Climate" series. You can find all the episodes (currently 10) here

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