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Md. PSC Intends to Issue RFP for 1,800 MW of New Capacity

New Nonbypassable Charges Highlight AEP Ohio Electric Security Plan

 

Rell, Fonfara to Revive Failed Conn. Bill Harmful to Retail Choice

Constellation Energy Confirms Residential Entry for ComEd, Pennsylvania

 

Direct Marketer 5Linx Enterprises Expanding to Energy

Breaking: PUCT Reports Possible, But Not Expected, POLR Transition for Single REP
PUCT Staff reported during today's open meeting that due to recent events in the ERCOT market, an unidentified REP has not met its ERCOT obligations and could potentially transfer customers to POLR.

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N.J. BPU Announces BGS Auction Results

The New Jersey BPU approved results of the Basic Generation Service auction for 1/3 of supplies for BGS fixed priced customers for the three-year period starting June 1, 2011, and 100% of supplies for BGS Commercial and Industrial Energy Price (CIEP) customers for the one-year period starting June 1, 2011

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DTE CEO: Michigan Governor, Legislative Leaders Understand Need for Choice Cap
During an earnings call yesterday, Gerard Anderson, DTE Energy President and CEO, said that proponents of raising the electric choice cap are not getting any traction, and that Michigan's new governor, Rick Snyder, in particular understands that choice advocates are looking for a "free option."

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Planet Energy Receives Maryland Gas License
 

Additional License Briefs
? North Shore Energy Consulting Receives Maryland Broker License
? Tybec Energy Management Receives Maryland Broker License
? Md. PSC Dismisses Algonquin Energy Services Electric Application

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Md. PSC Hears Testimony on Viridian, Staff Injects Uncertainty into TPV Requirements
The Maryland PSC yesterday heard from Staff and Viridian Energy PA, LLC regarding Staff's complaint against Viridian, and continued the hearing until April 1.

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Court of Appeals Denies Appeal of FERC Order on RPM Buyers Complaint
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit denied an appeal brought by several load interests, collectively referred to as RPM Buyers, against a prior FERC order which dismissed the RPM Buyers' complaint against the transitional Reliability Pricing Model auctions

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Briefly
? PUCO Approves Columbia Auction Results
? CL&P Reports LRS Supplier
? ERCOT Seeks Consent to Disclose Offline Units
? Usource, New Hampshire Association of Counties Forms Buying Group
? Ameren Energy Resources Company Names New CEO
? FirstEnergy Enters MOU to Sell Fremont Plant

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February 9
Columbia Ohio Auction Results in Adder of $1.88/Mcf

An auction to establish the Standard Service Offer (SSO) price at Columbia Gas of Ohio resulted in a Retail Price Adjustment of $1.88/Mcf

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Columbia Gas Requests Delayed Due Date for SSO Supplier Deposits
Columbia Gas of Ohio has petitioned PUCO to delay the necessary posting of deposits for new winning SSO suppliers until the service start date of April 1, 2011

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Proposed Texas Order Would Revoke Milagro Power Company REP Certificate
A proposed order from a Texas ALJ would grant PUCT Staff's petition to revoke the REP certificate of Milagro Power Company

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BlueStar Energy Services Receives Texas REP Certificate


Ambit Northeast Seeks Illinois Electric License

? Blue Pilot Energy Seeks Ohio Electric License

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Illinois ORMD Commences Review of Potential Residential Barriers at Ameren
Illinois' Office of Retail Market Development has asked electric suppliers to informally comment on the reasons for the lack of residential competition at Ameren

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Columbia Pa. Settlement Would Issue WACOG-Related Credit to Customers Without Distorting Price to Compare
A settlement among several parties would approve Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania's petition to convert its accounting methodology for gas storage inventory from an annual Last-in, First-out (LIFO) methodology to a weighted average cost of gas (WACOG) methodology with several clarifications

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Briefly
? ERCOT Reverts uth Percentile to Prior Level
? ERCOT Urging Conservation, No "Immediate" Concerns for Outages
? FirstEnergy Solutions Signs PPA with Iberdrola Renewables

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February 8

AEP Ohio Files Tariffs for Market-Based Supply Rate for Customers Returning from Competitive Supply
Ohio Power and Columbus Southern Power have filed tariffs at the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio to establish new market rate schedules for customers returning to utility-provided generation service after having elected competitive supply and opting to bypass the POLR charge

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Maryland PSC Posts November, December Electric Migration Stats
The Maryland PSC has posted electric migration statistics for the months of November and December 2010

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United Illuminating Reports January Migration Statistics
United Illuminating posted migration data for the month of January 2011

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Energy Plus Holdings, LLC Seeks Ohio Electric License

Additional License Briefs
? The Loyalton Group Receives Mass. Broker License
? Wheldrake Energy Receives Mass. Broker License
? Fawcett Energy Partners Receives Maine Broker License
? BidURenergy Seeks Maine Broker License

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Duke Energy Ohio Agrees to Electric POR with Zero Discount in Pending MRO Application
Duke Energy Ohio has agreed, as part of its market rate offer (MRO) application, to institute an electric Purchase of Receivables program, should the MRO application be approved

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Briefly
? North American Power to Expand Non-Profit Affinity Programs

? MEA: P3 Capacity RFP Complaint is an "Assault" on States' Authority
? Generators Protest Nstar-NU Application at FERC

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From the Archives: Fuel Oil Distributor HOP Energy Expanding to Electric Supply
Exclusive Coverage of HOP Energy’s Market Entry As It Happened

7/22: Fuel Oil Distributor HOP Energy Expanding to Electric Supply
12/14: HOP Energy Seeking Pennsylvania Electric License, Receives Mass. License

12/17: HOP Energy Receives Conn. Supplier License

1/14: HOP Energy Receives Pa. Electric License

 

February 7

Maryland Bombshell: Proposed Order Would Eliminate SOS Admin. Charge
A proposed order from a Maryland hearing examiner would completely eliminate the administrative charge which comprises part of the bypassable SOS rates at Pepco and Delmarva, finding that the charge is no longer justifiable given the maturity of the retail market

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Constellation to Invest in Further Mass Marketing Efforts
Constellation expects to invest additional marketing dollars over the next few years to expand its NewEnergy retail supplier into new regions and increase the number of mass market customers its serves, Constellation CEO Mayo Shattuck said ...
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License Briefs
? Texas Retail Energy Illinois License Application Limited to Affiliates
? Blue Pilot Energy Seeks Pa. Broker License
? Clear Energy Solutions Seeks Pa. Broker License
? Constellation Seeks to Serve Customers at PGW
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PPL Supply Unit Earnings Higher on Market Rates
PPL Corp.'s Supply unit reported higher earnings of $281 million for the fourth quarter of 2010 versus $52 million a year ago.
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Viridian Says Maryland Ads Not Approved, Removes "No Contract" Language
The advertisements for service from Viridian Energy upon which a Maryland PSC Staff complaint is based were not approved by Viridian, contrary to Viridian's requirements, Viridian said in a response to the complaint
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PUCT Staff Files Proposed Order on ERCOT Oversight
PUCT Staff have filed in Project No. 38338 a proposed order that would provide that ERCOT's annual budget is subject to Commission review, but which tweaks other aspects of an earlier draft of rules meant to clarify and codify the Commission's existing authority over ERCOT
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Briefly
? Nordic Energy Services Enters Partnership with Blue Planet Energy
? PUCT Directs TRE, IMM to Investigate Rolling Outages
? IPPNY Opposes ConEd Affiliates' Solar Request
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February 4
ERCOT Ends Statewide Emergency, Further Adjusts Credit Metrics

ERCOT ended statewide emergency conditions yesterday, however, local generation and transmission issues in the Rio Grande Valley required rolling outages for that area for a brief period overnight, with ERCOT warning such outages could continue Friday morning.

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PUCT Rejects CenterPoint Alternative Customer Charge, Grants REPs 30 Days Notice for New Rates
PUCT Commissioners agreed to adopt provisions in a proposal for decision relating to the customer charge at CenterPoint Energy, in voting on a final order in CenterPoint's rate case

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Viridian Energy to Launch ConEd Service Feb. 14

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