Electricity

2023

January 3, 2023
Cicio Op-Ed: “FERC Nears One of the Costliest Energy Decisions in History”

2022

November 14, 2022
IECA and 85 Organizations Urge President Biden to Back Electricity Transmission Competition, Consistent with FTC and DOJ Support

October 31, 2022
IECA and 85 Organizations Urges Chairman Manchin to Include Transmission Competition in Permitting Reform Bill 

October 11, 2022
IECA Comments to NAESB Gas Electric Harmonization Forum October 21, 2022 Meeting

September 30, 2022
Senator Heinrich (D-NM) and Senator Lee (R-UT) Letter to FERC on Bipartisan Support for Transmission Competition

September 19, 2022
ETCC Submits Reply Comments on the FERC’s “Building for the Future Through Electric Regional Transmission Planning and Cost Allocation and Generator Interconnection”

September 19, 2022
IECA Submits Reply Comments on the FERC’s “Building for the Future Through Electric Regional Transmission Planning and Cost Allocation and Generator Interconnection”

August 17, 2022
83 Organizations Telling the FERC it Cannot Provide Just and Reasonable Electricity Rates Without Robust Transmission Competition

August 17, 2022
IECA Comments on the FERC’s “Building for the Future Through Electric Regional Transmission Planning and Cost Allocation and Generator Interconnection”

July 22, 2022
IECA Files Complaint Challenging MISO’s Open Access Transmission Plan (view press release)

June 23, 2022
Consumers Urge Congress to Fight Electricity Price Inflation by Supporting Electricity Transmission Competition in FERC Transmission NOPR

May 16, 2022
IECA Urges FERC to Release Demand Response Rule (MISO) (view press release)

May 15, 2022
Energy Policy Abandons Electricity Consumers and Increases Inflation

May 9, 2022
Consumers Urge Congress to Support Electricity Transmission Competition to Combat Inflation and Reduce Consumer Costs by $525 Billion by 2050 (view House letter)

January 14, 2022
IECA Comments on FERC’s “Performance-Based Ratemaking for Grid-Enhancing Technologies” and Urges a Better Way than Establishing Incentives

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