ENERGY - The D.C. Circuit affirmed the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's denial of power companies' petitions to allow rebilling after energy prices skyrocketed in 2000 from market deregulation. The court held that because problems in the reserve market did not rise to the level of a market design flaw, FERC's decision was not arbitrary or capricious. See ruling.
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