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    Model S VIN P01536 Robert.Boston's Avatar
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    If anyone besides me is still following this docket, Ecotality and Car Charging Group filed comments yesterday contesting the settlement. Docs available at FERC ELibrary under docket EL02-60.

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    More filings yesterday at FERC, including NRG/Dynegy's reply to ECOtality, which includes an affidavit from yours truly. ECOtality also filed at FERC a full copy of its state court challenge, if you are interested in reading that.

    FERC eLibrary : search for docket EL02-60 filed on May 29, 2012. You should get three hits.

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    http://www.plugincars.com/judge-dism...al-124918.html

    A California appeals judge has dismissed a lawsuit by EV charge provider Ecotality against the state’s Public Utility Commission that would have blocked more than $102.5 million in spending on charging infrastructure stemming from a settlement with power company NRG. The settlement results from a CPUC claim against NRG subsidiary Dynergy, which overcharged Californians by more than $900 million for electricity during the state’s 2000-2001 power crisis.

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    The settlement that requires NRG to invest over $100 million in building out California's EV charging infrastructure was approved by FERC on Monday. Article in the Sacramento Bee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert.Boston View Post
    The settlement that requires NRG to invest over $100 million in building out California's EV charging infrastructure was approved by FERC on Monday. Article in the Sacramento Bee.
    Very curious to see what will actually happen. Apparently they want to build the first 15 in Q1 2013.
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