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July 16, 2024
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‘Collaboration and Innovation’ Key for New DC PSC Chair
DC on Track to Hit Solar RPS Carve-out Again in 2022
D.C. Public Service Commission Chair Emile C. Thompson (right) spoke at the Mid-Atlantic Conference of Regulatory Utilities Commissioners (MACRUC) Annual Education Conference in June with (from left) Larry Gasteiger, executive director, WIRES; Michael Richard, Maryland Public Service commissioner; Suzanne Glatz, director of strategic initiatives and interregional planning for PJM, and Barbara Tyran, director of the Macro Grid Initiative for the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE).
D.C. Public Service Commission Chair Emile C. Thompson (right) spoke at the Mid-Atlantic Conference of Regulatory Utilities Commissioners (MACRUC) Annual Education Conference in June with (from left) Larry Gasteiger, executive director, WIRES; Michael Richard, Maryland Public Service commissioner; Suzanne Glatz, director of strategic initiatives and interregional planning for PJM, and Barbara Tyran, director of the Macro Grid Initiative for the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE). | D.C. PSC
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In an interview, new D.C. PSC Chair Emile Thompson talked about his vision for reaching the district’s goal of cutting GHG emissions in half by 2032.
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