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UI Files Exceptions to Bypassable GSC Admin. Adder
United Illuminating has filed exceptions to the Connecticut DPUC's draft finding that the Generation Services Charge Administrative Adder should remain bypassable

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Constellation to Sell 550 MW Gas-Fired Plant in West Texas
Constellation Energy yesterday announced it has signed an agreement to sell the 550-megawatt Quail Run natural gas plant in west Texas to High Plains Diversified Energy Corporation (HPDEC) for $185.3 million

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ERCOT Reviewing $9 Billion in Transmission Projects
ERCOT is reviewing up to $9 billion in transmission projects to maintain reliability and improve grid efficiency, ERCOT reported in an annual Electric System Constraints and Needs Report

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December 30
Md. PSC Intends to Issue RFPs for 1,800 MW of New Capacity
The Maryland PSC intends to issue a Request for Proposals for up to 1,800 MW of essentially new capacity to potentially be procured by the investor-owned electric distribution companies, under long-term contracts

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Hess Appeals Denial of Confidential Protection for New York Contract
Hess Corporation has appealed a New York PSC records access officer's determination that standard form contracts submitted by ESCOs to show compliance with the Uniform Business Practices are not eligible for confidential protection.

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PUCO Opens Investigation of Decoupling, Similar Rate Designs
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio has opened a generic proceeding regarding the "throughput incentive" faced by electric distribution companies, and whether to pursue decoupling, a lost revenue adjustment mechanism, or other mechanism to mitigate this incentive

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December 29
Kentucky PSC to Examine Transportation Eligibility Thresholds, But Does Not Recommend Statutory Action for Small Volume Choice
The Kentucky PSC will examine the reasonableness of the current eligibility thresholds for non-residential customers to qualify for transportation service, as the PSC found that expanding transportation service would be more likely to produce customer benefits than introducing small volume choice programs

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PUCO Staff Recommends Denying Duke Energy Ohio Market Rate Offer as Filed
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio should not approve Duke Energy Ohio's market rate offer application as proposed, PUCO Staff said in prefiled testimony, citing the accelerated three-year transition to market rates
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December 28
N.J. BPU to Hold Meetings on New Capacity
The New Jersey BPU will hold a series of stakeholder meetings in early 2011 as it continues to evaluate the need for new capacity, BPU President Lee Solomon said in a statement

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License Briefs
? Nordic Energy Services Seeks to Serve All Illinois Electric Customers, Expand to Additional Territories
? Kansas Energy Seeks Ohio Gas License
? Maine PUC Grants Freedom Energy Logistics Electric Supplier License Limited to BHE Pilot
? Ameresco Files for Broker Licenses in Nearly a Dozen States

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FERC Lacks Jurisdiction to Set Resource Adequacy Reliability Standard, PUCO Says
FERC's proposal to adopt an electric reliability standard requiring planning coordinators within ReliabilityFirst Corporation to analyze, assess, and document resource adequacy annually using a "one day in ten year" loss of load criterion exceeds FERC's authority under the Federal Power Act and usurps states' jurisdiction ...

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December 27
Stipulation Would Extend Spot-Based Default Service at Pike County for Additional Year
An unopposed settlement in Pike County Light & Power's default service proceeding would continue the current spot market based procurement for an additional year, through May 31, 2012

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NEM Seeks Modification of National Fuel Gas Distribution Cash-Out Safe Harbors
The National Energy Marketers Association has recommended revisions to several safe harbor provisions proposed by National Fuel Gas Distribution Corporation in its New York tariff revisions regarding imbalances and cash-outs

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Briefly:
? Direct Energy Intends to Serve Residential Customers at Peoples Natural Gas
? NetGain Energy Advisors Receives Ohio Electric Broker License
? Arc Energy Receives Ohio Broker License
? Met-Ed/Penelec to File Revised Supplier/POR Tariff
? Verizon Home Automation Pilot to Include Energy-Related Products

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FERC Prioritizes Interface Pricing, Shelves Buy-Through Congestion in Lake Erie Loop Flow Mitigation
FERC has re-prioritized initiatives designed to mitigate the impacts of Lake Erie loop flows, emphasizing interface pricing revisions and congestion management/market-to-market coordination agreements while removing buy-through congestion as a top priority

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FERC Allows PJM Settlement to Guarantee Obligations of PJM
FERC approved PJM Settlement, Inc.'s request to guarantee the obligations of PJM and authorized other securities-related requests, dismissing protests from several competitive market participants

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December 30
SouthStar, Starion Receive Maryland Licenses


Other License Briefs

? Energy Management Resources of Missouri Fined $100, Granted Maryland Gas Broker License
? Platinum Advertising II Broker Licenses Extended to Residential Service
? Maglor Marketing Group Receives Maryland Broker Licenses
? Secure Energy Solutions Receives Maryland Broker License

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Mass. DPU Approves National Grid Basic Service Rates
The Massachusetts DPU approved new basic service rates for National Grid industrial customers for the period February through April 2011.

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Briefly:
? Pa. PUC Reports Zero Slamming Complaints Against Competitive Suppliers in 2009
? Pa. OCA Raises Concern on Sale of Stake in Duquesne Light Parent
? FERC Releases Results from Southern Company Audit

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December 29

Branded Retail Energy Seeks Pa. Broker License


Other License Briefs
? Nordic Energy Services Only Seeking Single Billing Authority in Ameren
? Energy Advantage, Inc. Seeks Pa. Broker License
? Competitive Energy Services Seeks Pa. Broker License

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FirstEnergy Solutions Offering Residential Service at Met-Ed, West Penn Power
FirstEnergy Solutions has begun offering retail electricity to individual residential customers at West Penn Power and Met-Ed, making FirstEnergy Solutions' the second residential supplier in each area
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Briefly:
? IGS Energy Offering Service at Columbia Gas of Virginia
? Met-Ed/Penelec Delay Effective Date of Supplier Coordination, POR Tariffs
? PUCO Opens Docket on Aligning Distribution Rates to Policy Goals

? FirstEnergy Generation Sells Stake in OVEC
? ERCOT Reports Market Participants Failing to Report Audits of Digital Certificate Holders
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December 28
N.Y. PSC Records Officer Denies Confidential Treatment for ESCO Standard Form Contracts
A New York PSC records officer granted a Freedom of Information Law Request (FOIL) from Halifax-American Energy Co. to obtain copies of  sample contracts from several ESCOs

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Briefly
? Maine PUC Discloses Standard Offer Supply Winners
? ConEd Postpones Revised GTOP Effective Date to Feb. 1
? Morris Energy Group Withdraws Complaint Against PSEG

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Pa. ALJ Recommends Adopting PPL SREC Settlement, Not Requiring Aggregators to Sign Long-Term Contracts
A recommended decision from a ALJ would approve a settlement regarding the procurement of solar alternative energy credits (SRECs) at PPL Electric, and would decline to require solar aggregators to certify that they have long term contracts for SRECs

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