Pressure to purchase and run a West Virginia coal-fired power plant poses financial and political complications for Ohio-based FirstEnergy.
The regulators contend that PJM is violating its tariff by not granting the PSC access to meetings of the RTO’s Member Liaison Committee.
Leaders of the Ohio Clean Hydrogen Hub Alliance say they will support a West Virginia-led initiative to create a regional hydrogen hub.
In the race for $2 billion hydrogen hub funding, the U.S. Department of Energy will insist on $2 billion in matching funds.
Industries with operations in Ohio and Pennsylvania filed responses to DOE’s initial request for information on developing a multistate hydrogen hub.
Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia have teamed up to launch a joint bid in DOE’s competitive bidding process for hydrogen manufacturing hubs.
PJM stakeholders tabled a vote on allowing the West Virginia PSC to observe the Liaison Committee, a private forum between members and the RTO's board.
MACRUC announced that its 26th annual Education Conference will take place June 27-30 at the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort in Pennsylvania.
New Jersey Board of Public Utilities President Joe Fiordaliso is so exasperated by PJM that he’s considering pulling the state from the RTO.
Blocked by regulators from moving its ailing coal-fired Pleasants plant into the rate base of a subsidiary, FirstEnergy announced it will shut the plant down.
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