Proposed FERC Requirements For ISO/RTO Participants: You’re all “Connected Entities”
FERC has devoted considerable resources to policing the electric trading markets, but its recent market participant information collection proposal represents a significant change in how it will look for improper market behavior. FERC’s recent Notice of Proposed Rulemaking would require RTOs and ISOs to collect and submit to FERC significant information concerning market participants and the “connected entities” of those participants, including those with remote financial or legal relationships to the market participants (such as corporate family affiliates, some lenders, trading employees, and certain contractual counterparties).
Please join us for a one-hour webinar about FERC’s proposed rulemaking and what it means for RTO and ISO market participants and those companies that lend to, contract with, or invest in such market participants. We will examine the crucial business issues and regulatory implications of FERC’s proposal and discuss how companies can respond with comments.
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