Controversial New England power fix shows U.S. agency split

UTILITY CUSTOMERS will pay $150 million a year to generators who stockpile fuel for winter after a program proposed by ISO New England went into effect by default earlier this week because the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission said it lacked a quorum to act. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/DANIEL ACKER
NEW YORK – A controversial case over how New Englanders pay for their power is exposing sharp divisions within America’s chief energy regulatory agency. Earlier this week, a program pitched by New England’s power grid operator went into effect by default because the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission said it lacked a quorum to act. On Thursday,…

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