Green hydrogen electricity is a waste of money and time, says columnist Steve Huntoon.
Economist Ken Costello says EVs are better off without mandates or subsidies — so that they are forced to compete with gas-powered vehicles on their own.
Columnist Steve Huntoon says a recent Moody’s report uses misleading data to make its case for investing in transmission to solve reliability problems.
Can climate policy dominated by interest-group politics be in the public good? What we have seen up to now says no, says regulatory economist Kenneth Costello.
Former Maryland Public Service Commission Chairman Jason Stanek lays out the ways in which a lack of regulation and repair have led to a fragile, financially wasteful energy grid.
Columnist Steve Huntoon examines the unintended consequence of reducing aerosol pollution: the acceleration of climate change.
Columnist Steve Huntoon reiterates his take on a longtime debate in energy: The benefits of competition vs. monopolization.
Columnist Steve Huntoon says FERC Commissioner Mark Christie's attack on single clearing price markets is ill informed.
Markets, not subsidies, should dictate the pace and path of electrification, says regulatory economist Kenneth W. Costello.
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