Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Energy Storage News

ERCOT Briefs: Week of Jan. 7, 2019

The Texas Public Utility Commission is asking legislators to help provide clarity on whether transmission and distribution utilities can own and operate energy storage devices. | © RTO Insider

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Mass. Looks to Double Down on OSW, Clean Goals

Massachusetts is seeking to broaden its already ambitious goals for procuring clean energy and reducing emissions, Department of Energy Resources officials told the Environmental Business Council of New England. | © RTO Insider

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Mass. Inaugurates Clean Peak Standard

Massachusetts electricity suppliers won’t have any trouble this year meeting the state’s new mandate for serving a certain portion of sales with “clean peak” resources. Regulators have set the requirement to zero. | Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources

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New York Looks to Expand Energy Programs in 2019

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s new energy efforts will build on New York’s energy-related progress over the past year, which included a draft carbon pricing proposal, energy storage programs and new targets for offshore wind and energy efficiency. | © RTO Insider

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NYPSC Expands Storage, Energy Efficiency Programs

Rulings by the Public Service Commission will double New York’s existing 2025 storage goal to 3,000 MW by 2030 and require the state’s utilities to reduce building energy use by an additional 31 trillion British thermal units.

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Calif., Ill. Top Grid Modernization Index

California and Illinois won the top spots on the GridWise Alliance’s fifth annual Grid Modernization Index, the group announced at the gridConnext 2018 conference. | GridWise Alliance

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Overheard at APPrO 2018

The Association of Power Producers of Ontario’s annual conference attracted about 300 people, a sharp drop from past years, when more than 500 attended. | © RTO Insider

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