Appeals Court Says Rule Goes Too Far, Encroaching on the States’ Exclusive Jurisdiction to Regulate Retail Markets.
Summary: In a decision with significant implications for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, state commissions and market participants, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit held that a FERC rulemaking impermissibly regulated in an area reserved to the states by setting compensation for demand response resources participating in regionally organized wholesale energy markets.
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