LP&T President and CEO Keith Van Scotter said FERC's allegations were part of a dispute with the energy regulatory body over interpretations of guidelines for an ISO New England power management plan the company had participated in.
"This is stuff that is 5 years old. The last conversation we had with them was almost two years ago. We are very upset and we strongly dispute their findings," Van Scotter said Wednesday.
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