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Craig Cano

Media Relations Specialist

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

HQ Phone:  (202) 219-2700

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Email: c***@***.gov

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Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

888 First Street , N.E.

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia, 20426

United States

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The FERC is an independent agency that regulates the interstate transmission of electricity, natural gas, and oil. The FERC also reviews proposals to build liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals and interstate natural gas pipelines as well as licensing hydropow...more

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Records shed light on Crescent Dunes solar plant in Nye County | PV Times

Craig Cano, media relations specialist at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, said an entity's Electric Quarterly Report provides data summarizing the contractual terms and conditions for all of its jurisdictional services.
This includes cost-based sales, market-based rate sales and transmission service, as well as transactional information for short-and long-term market-based power sales and cost-based power sales. "The commission requires public utilities to report the terms, conditions and transactional information for all jurisdictional services, including power sales and transmission service, that they provide each quarter," Cano said. Cano said he could not speculate or generalize about an entity's report from quarter to quarter.


'Fast track' law could harm property rights, gas pipeline opponents claim - Rogue Riverkeeper

Meanwhile, the agency is continuing to review the rehearing request, FERC spokesman Craig Cano said Thursday.
He noted FERC often takes considerable time in considering a rehearing request on major projects.


Carbondale micro hydro project cruising to approval | Aspen Journalism

According to Craig Cano, a media relations officer at FERC, the 28 kilowatt figure refers to how much power the turbine could produce at any moment.
"That's real small," Cano said, pointing out it's 0.028 of a megawatt, while a typical baseload-generating power plant's capacity is in the hundreds of megawatts. If someone does file a comment contesting the project's qualifications, FERC is supposed to then "promptly issue a written determination as to whether the facility meets the criteria," Cano said.


Bulldog Live! w/ Brian Tilton

Since then, however, FERC spokesman Craig Cano has confirmed to The Caledonian-Record that HQ and Eversource will need a new approval if the financial arrangement has changed, as HQ said it has.
If the partners develop a different cost recovery mechanism, then they would need to come back to FERC, said Cano.


Fighting an Energy Empire - Energy Efficient Renovations

The natural gas supply will be accessed at Transco's Station 85 in Choctaw County, Alabama" ...."The issues of concern included potential impacts on forested lands, water resources including groundwater and springs, karst terrain, environmental justice, and compressor station noise," said Craig Cano, a FERC spokesman.


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