Notice of Revocation of Market-Based Rate Authority and Termination of Electric Market-Based Rate Tariff discussed on April 29 by Energy Department

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Notice of Revocation of Market-Based Rate Authority and Termination of Electric Market-Based Rate Tariff discussed on April 29 by Energy Department

Posted By Baltimore citywire     May 4, 2022    

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The notice is focused on Notice of Revocation of Market-Based Rate Authority and Termination of Electric Market-Based Rate Tariff.

The Department oversees energy policies and is involved in how the US handles nuclear programs. Downsizing the Federal Government, a project aimed at lowering taxes and boosting federal efficiency, said the Department's misguided energy regulations have caused large losses to consumers for decades.

Notices are required documents detailing rules and regulations being proposed by each federal department. This allows the public to see what issues legislators and federal departments are focusing on.

Any person or organization can comment on the proposed rules. Departments and agencies must then address “significant issues raised in comments and discuss any changes made,” the Federal Register says.

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