Definitions for "EWG"
Exempt Wholesale Generator. An EWG is a category of power producer defined by the Energy Policy Act of 1992. EWG's are independent power facilities that generate electricity for sale in wholesale power markets at market-based rates. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is responsible for determining EWG status.
Exempt Wholesale Generator. A class of independent power producer created by EPACT that is exempt from PUHCA corporate organizational restrictions. An EWG may generate electricity and sell power wholesale to utilities and other wholesale bulk power purchasers, such as rural electric cooperatives. Any entity, whether currently subject to PUHCA or not is permitted to own EWGs without limitation. For registered holding companies, approval from the Securities Exchange Commission is required for financing of EWGs and service sales and construction contracts involving EWGs.
Exempt Wholesale Generator. A class of generators defined by the Energy Policy Act of 1992 that includes the owners and/or operators of facilities used to generate electricity exclusively for wholesale or that are leased to utilities.
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