Commissioning change

Ferc chairman Joseph Kelliher talks with David Watkins about his views on the US energy markets, the Ferc's competition review and what needs doing next

Joseph Kelliher, chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (Ferc), is coming to the end of his first term in office – a term many feel has been marked by decisiveness and action. Under his leadership, Ferc has actively promoted the development of much-needed energy infrastructure, supported competitive markets and strengthened the policing of possible market manipulation.

While a sceptical Democrat-led US Senate has raised questions as to whether Ferc has done enough to protect retail

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