Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)

英文Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)

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英文释义

(1)The US federal agency responsible for overseeing the wholesale energy market in the US and regulating interstate trade in electrical energy. (2)Five-member commission was created as part of reorganisation of the US Department of Energy in 1977. (3)Responsible for regulating prices, terms and conditions for the sale of energy between states and regions, and is works actively with the industry’s transmission sector (the industry sector that transports energy from generating facilities to urban and rural markets). (4)Presides over interstate trade in natural gas and management and operation of oil pipelines

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