CETF retains Overland and files revised IC Application

Filed under:BadgerCoulee - Wisconsin,Hampton-Alma-LaCrosse,Wisconsin — posted by admin on January 24, 2012 @ 9:27 am

Busy day… Citizens Energy Task Force and NoCapX 2020 have joined forces, both now represented by moi, Carol A. Overland.  We’ve been working in tandem, and it makes sense to join together to be able to challenge CapX 2020 in a big way.

Filed yesterday:

Overland – Notice of Appearance for CETF

The PSC Staff had directed CETF, in the form of a Data Request, to retain an attorney, to provide for that in its Intervenor Compensation Application, and to submit a revised IC Application.  OK, fine, we can do that:

CETF’s Revised Intervenor Compensation Application

The PSC had said that the work that NoCapX proposed was duplicative:

PSC Order – Denial of NoCapX 2020 IC Application

That makes no sense, because no one else had proposed what we did.  But because Clean Wisconsin was addressing “environmental” issues, we dropped that aspect and moved forward with an expert on property valuation, which NO ONE else is touching, and with MSB Energy Associates on need, which we’re approaching in a way far different than Citizens Utility Board.

We shall see…

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