New Orleans Backs FERC's $1.8B Entergy Project Ruling

Law360, New York (July 30, 2013, 6:05 PM EDT) -- A Federal Energy Regulatory Commission judge was right to find that Entergy Corp. and the Louisiana Public Service Commission could not pass on certain canceled costs from an abandoned $1.8 billion repowering project, the New Orleans City Council and an Arkansas utility regulator argued Monday.

The city council and the Arkansas Public Service Commission filed separate briefs to FERC, arguing in support of a May decision by Administrative Law Judge Philip C. Baten denying Entergy’s bid to pass on the costs of from the canceled Little...
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