Energy Co. wants to get out of a row of $15.8 million winter storm charges


By Clark Mindock (April 6, 2022, 6:11 p.m. EDT) – Constellation Energy Generation LLC wants out of $15.8 million dispute stemming from passed-on costs after Winter Storm Uri, arguing that legal action against it is hypothetical and inappropriate binds the company to contracts it has not signed.

The energy company said in a motion to dismiss that the fight between Tenaska Power Services and chemical company Olin Corp. about the costs imposed by the Electric Reliability Council of Texas during the storm did not involve Constellation, despite allegations that it purchased the operating reserves at the heart of the fees.

Constellation said its deal with Tenaska, which launched the…

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