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Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Extends Deadline for Order No. 1000 Interregional Compliance Filings

On February 26, FERC issued an order extending through July 10, 2013, the deadline for all public utility transmission providers to submit their Order No. 1000 compliance filings with respect to interregional transmission coordination procedures as well as an interregional cost allocation method or methods. FERC’s order was prompted by requests for an extension of time from Southwest Power Pool, Inc., Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator, Inc., and a number of individual public utilities. FERC stated that it would grant a 90-day extension of the Order No. 1000 interregional compliance filing deadline to enable public utility transmission providers in each transmission planning region to work with their stakeholders and develop interregional compliance filings with broad-based support.

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Stephen Spina, Morgan Lewis, Energy attorney

Stephen M. Spina represents electric utilities and other electric industry participants before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) in restructuring, market investigations, and Federal Power Act regulatory matters. He advises electric utilities on issues relating to market pricing, transmission, reliability standards compliance, rate matters, and participation in regional transmission organizations, including capacity and energy market issues. His representation also extends to audits and investigations before FERC’s Office of Enforcement, as well as...

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Joseph W. Lowell counsels electric utility and natural gas clients on all areas of Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) regulation. Joseph’s practice focuses on FERC jurisdictional rates, Independent System Operator (ISO) and Regional Transmission Organization (RTO) rules and markets, transmission and interconnection services, investigations and audits, regulatory compliance and training, litigation and appeals, demand response, and acquisitions. While working as a junior economist for FERC’s Office of Energy Market Regulation, Joseph advised the FERC on electric utility rates, as well as ISO and RTO markets.