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Generators, electric utilities spar over pipeline funding in FERC fuel security docket

The ISO-New England fuel security proceeding could reshape how the grid operator prices electricity and provide a model on how to ensure grid reliability and resilience as power systems move toward more natural gas generation.

FERC established the fuel security docket in July when it rejected a cost recovery proposal for a Boston gas plant. ISO-NE and plant owner Exelon had argued that the 1,700 MW Mystic Generating Station was essential for reliability, but FERC decided any reliability threats were not imminent and ordered the ISO to design broader changes to its tariff within 60 days.

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