- – S&P Global – 2/3/21
- – Utility Dive – 1/21/21
- – Utility Dive – 12/18/20
The U.S. Senate on November 30 confirmed the two nominees for outstanding vacancies on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). The two new commissioners are:
- Mark Christie, Republican, who has been a longtime member and most recently Chairman of the Virginia State Corporation Commission
- Allision Clements,
- – Power – 12/2/20
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) membership has been reduced to three, the minimum number required for votes to take place. Commissioner Bernard McNamee’s last day was September 4. His term ended June 30 but he agreed to stay on for an additional two months.
- – JD Supra – 8/26/20
President Trump has nominated two new Commissioners to serve on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Mark Christie, chairman of the Virginia State Corporation Commission for the past 16 years, was nominated to fill the seat of departing Commissioner Bernard McNamee,
- – E&E News – 7/28/20
James Danly, General Counsel of the Federal Regulatory Commission (FERC), was confirmed 52-40 by U.S. Senate on March 12 as a FERC Commissioner. Mr. Danly, nominated as a Republican, was supported by all Republican Senators and 3 Democrats, including West Virginia’s Joe Manchin.