Republicans last week threatened to use oversight hearings and appropriations bills to blunt the Obama administration’s proposed carbon emissions rule after taking control of Congress in last week's elections.
ISO-NE released its annual report, highlighting the challenges related to plant retirements, inadequate gas infrastructure and initiatives in transmission planning, renewables and distributed resource integration.
Fourteen coalitions representing more than 80 stakeholders submitted briefing papers to the PJM Board of Managers Tuesday on the RTO’s Capacity Performance proposal. Don’t have time to read all 150 pages? No worries. We’ve summarized the groups’ concerns here.
Facing pushback to its carbon-reduction proposal, the EPA last week signaled a willingness to consider a slower shift from coal to natural gas generation and a regional approach to increasing renewables use.
PJM should revise its operating agreement with Duke Energy Progress to reflect the merger between Duke Energy and Progress Energy and eliminate Progress’ favored treatment on interchange pricing, according to the Market Monitor.
EnerNOC and Comverge executives say they are confident that demand response will continue to grow despite the appellate court ruling that threatens its continued participation in energy and capacity markets in PJM and other RTOs.