by Julia Pyper
August 11, 2017

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission finally reached a quorum last week after six months of inaction (and beard growth). Neil Chatterjee has been named interim chairman, while Kevin McIntyre awaits confirmation.

This is significant because FERC will be taking up several clean-energy-related issues at the wholesale level that interact, and possibly conflict, with policies at the state level, including nuclear generator compensation, rules on interconnection, and distributed energy resources market participation.

Tony Clark, a senior...