The many speakers against Strom, Inc. exporting LNG through Port Tampa Bay
were heard at the Port board meeting yesterday morning.
Port staff misunderstood Strom’s filing,
but the Principal Counsel made a very strong statement against that or other LNG export or import through Port Tampa Bay.
A New England group has asked FERC to revoke solar reimbursement plans (“net metering”).
This affects all the U.S.
If the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) agrees, what would affect every rooftop and community solar installation,
treating them all like large-scale industrial solar plants.
FERC would be in charge of what, if anything, solar panel owners get reimbursed
for electricity beyond what they use locally.
Many thanks to Maxine Connor and Cecile Scofield for comments, corrections, and additions of this WWALS comment,
sent to the Pipeline & Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA)
yesterday, which was the deadline for comment on PHMSA Notice of Proposed Rulemanking (NPRM HM-264)
Hazardous Materials: Liquefied Natural Gas by Rail, PHMSA Docket No. PHMSA-2018-0025.