April 30, 2024

Regulatory Update for April 30, 2024 (Covering Week of April 22, 2024)

Our energy regulatory team has compiled a list of state and federal energy regulatory developments to keep you up to speed on key energy regulatory matters from across the United States. Stoel’s energy regulatory team is always available to answer questions about any of these developments.

This week’s update features developments in the following jurisdictions:

  • California Public Utilities Commission
  • California Independent System Operator
  • California Energy Commission 
  • California Air Resources Board 
  • Oregon
  • Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

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Related Legal Update

Stakeholders Express Concern That CAISO’s Interconnection Scoring Criteria May Prioritize Load-Serving Entity Selection

The California Independent System Operator’s (CAISO) recently issued Interconnection Process Enhancements (IPE) final proposal provides heightened requirements to complete an interconnection request and relies on scoring criteria to determine which projects advance to the interconnection study process. Due to the proposed 150% cap on specific interconnection zones, not all interconnection requests in each queue will be able to advance to the interconnection study phase. The scoring criteria are intended to prioritize the most viable projects and meet the 150% cap.

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