Energy industry associations call on FERC to expand deliberative process before unprecedented rule-making

By Michelle Froese According to AWEA, a group of energy industry associations have called on the FERC to consider stakeholder input as it determines how to move forward with grid-resiliency pricing.
A group of 11 energy industry associations representing natural gas, wind, solar, rural electric cooperatives, and other energy technologies today filed a motion at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), following the Department of Energy’s (DOE) proposed rule-making on grid resiliency pricing.
In their motion, energy industry associations called on FERC to move forward with a deliberative process that considers stakeholder input as it determines whether and how to move forward with a rule-making.

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