New Jersey Rate Counsel’s Protest Opposing P3 Complaint and PJM Section 205 Filing FERC Docket Nos. EL11-20-000 and ER11-2875-000 (not consolidated) filed March 4, 2011.

 

Rate Counsel Request for Rehearing EL11-20-000/ER11-2875-000

 

Motion for Leave to Answer and Answer of New Jersey Rate Counsel

 

Rate Counsel Brief Dkt. No. FERC EL11-20-0000

 

Affidavit of Robert M. Fagan Dkt. No. FERC EL11-20-0000

 

Robert M. Fagan Attachment 6 Transcript and Certificate of Service Dkt. No. FERC_EL11-20-0000

 

Affidavit of James Wilson Dkt. No. FERC EL11-20-0000

 

 


 

Atlantic Grid Operations A LLC, Atlantic Grid Operations B LLC, Atlantic Grid Operations C LLC, Atlantic Grid Operations D LLC, Atlantic Grid Operations E LLC, Docket No. EL11-13-000

On December 20, 2010, the AWC Companies a/k/a Atlantic Wind filed a petition for declaratory order seeking FERC approval of a set of transmission rate incentives for a high voltage direct current ("HVDC") subsea offshore transmission line. The line is to be constructed off the coasts of NJ, DE, MD & VA with related interconnections with the existing land-based transmission system in each of those states.

 

Motion to Intervene and Protest filed by the New Jersey Division of Rate Counsel and Office of the People's Counsel for the District of Columbia, filed January 31, 2011.


 

RTO/ISO Performance Metrics, Docket No. AD10-5-000 

Reply Comments in the RTO/ISO Performance Metrics submitted on behalf of the New Jersey Division of Public Advocate, Division of Rate Counsel on March 19, 2010.

 

Comments filed by the New Jersey Department of the Public Advocate, Division of Rate Counsel on March 5, 2010 regarding proposed ISO/RTO performance metrics.

 


 

 

In the Matter of the Petition of Public Service Electric and Gas Company for a Determination Pursuant to the Provisions of N.J.S.A. 40:55D-19 (Susquehanna-Roseland), BPU Docket No. EM09010035

 

On January 12, 2009, PSE&G filed a Petition with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities seeking a determination that their proposed 500,000 volt Susquehanna-Roseland transmission system upgrade is "reasonably necessary for the service, convenience or welfare of the public" and that the Municipal Land Use Ordinances of the affected municipalities shall not apply to the project.

 

Initial Brief filed on behalf of the New Jersey Department of the Public Advocate, Division of Rate Counsel on December 28, 2009.