FERC Gains Upper Hand In Regional Power Planning Fights

By Keith Goldberg (August 22, 2014, 6:23 PM EDT) -- With the D.C. Circuit backing the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's controversial regional transmission planning rule, the legal battlefield shifts to its implementation, but experts say the appeals court's sweeping ruling will make it tougher for incumbent utilities and state regulators to fight an emboldened commission's decisions on whether plans pass muster....

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