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PUC Commissioner Andrew Place Elected Vice President Of Organization Of PJM States

On October 31, the Public Utility Commission announced Commissioner Andrew G. Place has been elected as vice president of the Organization of PJM States, the inter-governmental organization comprised of the utility regulatory agencies of 13 states and the District of Columbia that are wholly or partly in the service area of PJM, one of the world’s largest regional electric transmission operators.

OPSI's activities include, but are not limited to, coordinating analyses and policy formulation related to PJM’s wholesale electricity markets and operations, its relationship to the Independent Market Monitor, and related matters of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

For more information on the responsibilities of the PUC, visit the Public Utility Commission website.


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[Posted: October 31, 2019]


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