Raiden Commodities petitioned the Public Utility Commission of Texas to eliminate the current rule that stipulates that entities with less than 5% of ERCOT installed capacity do not have ERCOT-wide market power.
This is known as the “Small Fish Swim Free” rule because it can provide protection for such relatively small entities against prosecution for what would otherwise be considered market power abuse.
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