FERC Staff Issue Questions For Comment On DOE Resiliency Non-Market Compensation (Coal, Nukes)
FERC Staff issued for stakeholder comment a series of questions regarding DOE's proposal to provide non-market compensation to certain generating units, such as coal and nuclear plants.
See background on DOE's proposal here
Notably, FERC Staff asks, "How should RTOs/ISOs allocate the cost of the proposed rule to market participants?"
As noted by EnergyChoiceMatters, DOE's proposal was silent regarding cost assignment, cost allocation, and cost recovery
See FERC Staff's questions here
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