All posts tagged "Puerto Rico Energy Commission"
Report: Puerto Rico needs regulatory structures to provide clean, affordable electricity
'Building a Better Energy Future in Puerto Rico' recommends preventing political interference, reaching renewable portfolio goals and performance-based regulation
- Posted September 28, 2018
Puerto Rico Energy Commission Approves Fortuño-Era Renewables
Controversial Projects Deemed Compatible with Integrated Resource Plan; Scheduled to Begin Construction
- Posted July 16, 2018
Puerto Rico energy regulator declares Carraízo Dam project ineligible for fast-track permitting
Says info it was provided doesn't detail whether it would connect to electric grid
- Posted July 10, 2018
IEEFA: Now Is Not the Time to Roll Back Oversight of Puerto Rico’s Power Company
A looming threat to independent regulatory oversight
- Posted March 21, 2018
Puerto Rico power utility’s Transformation Advisory Council tasked with channeling aid offers
Won't interfere with Energy Commission, Prepa says; integrated resource plan to be revised
- Posted November 27, 2017
Private Sector Asks Congress to Reject Prepa Agreement
SAN JUAN – Representatives from the Puerto Rico private sector have asked the chairman of the U.S. House subcommittee on Indian, Insular and Alaska Native Affairs, Doug LaMalfa, to reject the restructuring support agreement (RSA) between the Puerto Rico Electric...
- Posted March 21, 2017
PREC Gives Prepa Until June to Report on Renewables Projects
SAN JUAN – The renewable energy sector came out a winner in the latest Puerto Rico Energy Commission (PREC) ruling on the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority’s (Prepa) Integrated Resource Plan (IRP). PREC gave the utility until...
- Posted March 2, 2017
Energy Commission rejects Prepa’s reconsideration of its resource plan
SAN JUAN – The Puerto Rico Energy Commission (PREC) announced Friday its decision rejecting the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority’s first Integrated Resource Plan (IRP), an operational plan for the next 20 years. In September, the PREC...
- Posted February 10, 2017
Government: FAFAA Adviser Rothschild to Lead Prepa Negotiations
SAN JUAN – The government announced Friday that the Fiscal Agency and Financial Advisory Authority (FAFAA) and its financial adviser, Rothschild, will lead negotiations with Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (Prepa) bondholders. The statement, issued by FAFAA, did...
- Posted January 27, 2017
Prepa May Be Too Deep In Aguirre Offshore Gas Port To Look At Other Options
Utility could have its hands tied
- Posted December 28, 2016