Sept. 6 — FERC staff “has not discussed the merits of any ‘grid resilience’ proposal that would seek to prefer one form of generation over another with executive branch officials,” Chairman Kevin McIntyre wrote. The staff, however, routinely communicates with the Department of Energy on “a host of matters of shared responsibility including intelligence, personnel and legal process.”
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