ISO-NE presented the final stage of its Operational Impact of Extreme Weather Events study to stakeholders at the NEPOOL Reliability Committee on Nov. 14.
PSEG reported an uptick in earnings from last summer and detailed its plans to spend more stable income going forward on improving its infrastructure in a call with analysts.
Several Midwestern states on opposite ends of the political spectrum have taken steps signaling receptiveness to small modular reactor development.
Transmission upgrades that are needed to avoid overloads in a fully electrified New England by 2050 could cumulatively cost between $22 billion and $26 billion, ISO-NE told its Planning Advisory Committee.
FERC issued an order extending the time it has to review the proposed purchase of Energy Harbor by Vistra to next spring after several parties raised market concerns over the deal between two existing PJM generation owners.
New Jersey’s commitment to a rapid adoption of clean energy will be unwavering, the newly appointed head of the Board of Public Utilities told a conference of business leaders.
Texas regulators told ERCOT staff not to include scenarios assuming the loss of more than 8 GW of fossil generation as they develop a reliability standard.
Senior executives from all seven ISO/RTOs discussed how the changing resource mix is impacting reliability.
FERC’s most recent order on an Entergy subsidiary’s tax violations and lease payment collections for the Grand Gulf Nuclear Station in Mississippi reignited a longstanding dispute over how much in refunds should be due to customers.
The Tennessee Valley Authority doesn’t appear ready to fast-track its decarbonization plans despite receiving a letter this month from 10 members of Congress urging it to chart a path to 100% clean energy by 2035.
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