Texas ALJ Denies Retail Provider's Motion To Intervene In Aggregator's Registration Docket (REP Has Raised Concerns With Aggregator's Similar Name)
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A Texas ALJ denied a motion to intervene from Evolve Retail Energy, LLC d/b/a Evolve Energy in the docket which considered the application of E-Volve Energy, LLC for an electric aggregator certificate
Evolve Retail Energy, LLC, which had on September 3 filed a motion to intervene under seal, on September 10 sought reconsideration of the approval (see details here).
An ALJ said, "On September 3, 2019 the administrative law judge (ALJ) issued a Notice of Approval
(NOA) granting the registration. After he issued the NOA, the ALJ learned that Retail
Energy, LLC dba Evolve Energy filed a confidential motion to intervene in this proceeding."
"Because the NOA has already been issued the motion to intervene is denied," the ALJ said