NYISO Hits Back In $900M Power Line Project Tariff Dispute

Law360, New York (November 14, 2012, 6:26 PM EST) -- The New York Independent System Operator Inc. said Tuesday that Hudson Transmission Partners LLC hadn't proved that a proposed tariff on a $900 million project was unfair, asking federal regulators to deny the transmission line builder's bid to lift the tariff.

According to NYISO's answer to HTP’s Federal Energy Regulatory Commission complaint, it had correctly and reasonably determined the HTP Project — a 660 megawatt transmission line bringing power from Ridgefield, N.J., into New York City, due to be finished mid-2013 — must set a minimum price,...
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