Pennsylvania regulators approved a policy statement that proposes guidelines for when utilities can use storage resources to increase reliability and resilience on the distribution system.
Grid-enhancing technologies have been piloted in many places, but with recent FERC orders and federal funding, they are poised to become much more common.
Pennsylvania regulators agreed to set guidelines for electric vehicle charging rates, with deadlines and demand charges among the key issues to be decided.
Two recent reports found that participation in RGGI produces economic benefits and that Pennsylvania would see a small change in power prices should it join.
A developer has scrapped plans to build a 1,2400-MW gas-fired generator in central Pennsylvania after environmental groups challenged the plant’s permits.
PJM needs to slow the pace of generation retirements to avoid reliability problems by 2030, CEO Manu Asthana told the Electric Power Supply Association.
Philadelphia Gas Works must spend billions to replace leak-prone pipes as more customers are likely to switch to electric heating, according to a new report.
A group of 15 local government agencies in Pennsylvania are pooling their purchasing power to procure more than 15 MW of solar energy.
Municipalities across Pennsylvania have been charting their own course on climate and energy policy under divided federal and state governments.
Pennsylvania regulators opened a rate design proceeding to encourage electric vehicle charging during off-peak hours.
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