RGGI released an addition 3.9 million allowances from its cost containment reserve, which has only happened twice before in the program’s history.
Offshore wind is often mismatched with consumer demand for electricity; better transmission planning can help avoid curtailment, congestion, report says.
Phelps Turner with Conservation Law Foundation Maine says RGGI should allocate at least 70% of program investments to overburdened communities.
A coalition of attorneys general are demanding that the SEC require companies to disclose their GHG emissions annually, as well as any mitigation plans.
MACRUC announced that its 26th annual Education Conference will take place June 27-30 at the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort in Pennsylvania.
The D.C. Circuit upheld FERC’s ruling that directed PJM to implement a new cost allocation method for transmission projects addressing stability issues.
The Mid-Atlantic Renewable Energy Summit featured discussions on state clean energy procurements, OSW development, energy efficiency and decarbonization.
A PJM official urged officials to embrace carbon pricing rather than exit the capacity market in response to FERC expanding the minimum offer price rule.
PJM’s state advocates and regulators want the organization to focus on external candidates as it continues the search for a new CEO.
PJM won’t abandon the Artificial Island transmission project because of threats to close the two nuclear plants it’s intended to support, the RTO said.
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