Summary of FERC Meeting Agenda - November 2012


In This Issue:

- Administrative Items

- Electric Items

- Miscellaneous Item

- Gas Items

- Hydro Items

- Certificate Item

Excerpt from Hydro Items:

H-1: Alabama Power Company (Docket No. P-2165-030) On March 31, 2010, the FERC Office of Energy Projects issued an order granting Alabama Power Company (APC) a new major license to continue operating its existing 211.485 MW Warrior River Hydroelectric Project. The Smith Lake Improvement Stakeholders Association (SLISA) filed a request for rehearing of the FERC order (as well as other orders from other federal agencies related to the hydroelectric project). SLISA argued that the license issued to APC would not be in the best interest of a comprehensive development plan for the area over the next 30 years and violated the agencies’ regulatory authority. Agenda item H-1 may be an order on rehearing.

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