Illinois Citizens Utility Board (CUB)
Legislators in five states in PJM have filed similar bills that would require regulated utilities to submit all of their stakeholder votes publicly with state regulators.
The PJM Markets and Reliability Committee overrode concerns from Illinois consumer advocates and regulators to create a fifth cost of new entry area for the Commonwealth Edison region.
The Illinois Commerce Commission questioned MISO and PJM officials on their respective RTOs’ preparations for summer, with some concerned about reliability.
PJM stakeholders rejected a proposal from the Illinois CUB to require that at least one member of the Board of Managers have clean energy qualifications.
PJM members said they want more time to consider a proposal to require the board to include “expertise in the transition to zero-carbon energy resources.”
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