ISO-New England grid operator agrees to FERC cost-cutting demand
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — New England's electric grid operator has agreed to cut nearly $3 million in spending and end a pension plan for new employees in a settlement with officials in five states who said spending was excessive.
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