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.
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.
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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