Federal agency sets hearing on Upper Peninsula electric dispute

The Presque Isle power plant is at the center of a regulatory dispute that could impose huge new energy costs on Upper Peninsula residents.

The Presque Isle power plant is at the center of a regulatory dispute that could impose huge new energy costs on Upper Peninsula residents.

Some hopeful news for the holidays for Upper Peninsula residents:

“The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has ordered hearing and settlement procedures on MISO’s proposed cost allocation for the Presque Isle Power Plant, which would cause steep rate increases for residents in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.”

No hearing date has been set yet.

 

 

 

Tags: FERC, MISO, Presque Isle, Upper Peninsula

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