The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has been in the headlines lately, but one case received less attention than it might have. On July 23, 2013, the DC Circuit strictly interpreted a FERC regulation requiring truthful communications with the Commission and other FERC-approved entities. The decision affirmed the Commission's assessment of a civil penalty against an energy trader for the submission of false statements to the Commission and PJM Interconnection LLC.1

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