Iso-Ne Market Participant Service Agreement

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Instead, FERC asked ISO-NE to submit interim tariff revisions to include the submission of short-term service agreements to address proven fuel safety concerns and to submit “permanent tariff revisions by July 1, 2019 reflecting improvements in its market design to better address regional fuel safety concerns.” The reliability of the fare.

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