Joint Comments of the American Forest & Paper Association, Coalition of MISO Transmission Customers, Electricity Consumers Resource Council, Industrial Energy Consumers of America and PJM Industrial Consumer Coalition, Docket No. RM20-16-000 (Managing Transmission Line Ratings)
March 22, 2021Read More
Sector 8 Input for the NERC Board of Trustees and Member Representatives Committee (February 3-4, 2021)
January 28, 2021Read More
Notice of Intervention and Response of the Electricity Consumers Resource Council, Docket No. RM 20-19-000 (Equipment and Services Produced or Provided by Certain Entities Identified as Risks to National Security)
November 23, 2020Read More
Comments of the Electricity Consumers Resource Council (ELCON), Docket No. AD20-14-000 (Carbon Pricing in FERC-Jurisdictional Organized Regional Wholesale Electricity Markets)
November 16, 2020Read More
Responses of the Electricity Consumers Resource Council (ELCON) to the Request for Information from the Department of Energy regarding Executive Order 13920
August 24, 2020Read More
Sector 8 Input for the NERC Board of Trustees and Member Representatives Committee (August 19-20, 2020)
August 19, 2020Read More
Comments of the Electricity Consumers Resource Council (ELCON), American Chemistry Council (ACC), and American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA), Docket No. RM20-10-000 (Electric Transmission Incentives Policy Under Section 219 of the Federal Power Act)
July 1, 2020Read More
What We’re Saying
Who We Work With
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s oversight of the wholesale electric and natural gas markets effect every consumer large or small.
The EPA’s rules affecting the structure of the electric utility industry has a profound impact on the cost of a reliable supply of electricity.
The North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) establishes the “rules of the road” for the reliable planning and operation of the North American electric grid.
Reforming national energy and environmental policies and regulations is an ongoing responsibility of the U.S. Congress.
ELCON does not hesitate to challenge unfair and burdensome regulations in the federal courts as the need arises.