April 21, 2024

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Overheard at GridWise Alliance’s gridCONNEXT 2023
Panelists at the GridWise Alliance's gridCONNEXT conference discussed how to reliably and affordably enable the energy transition with smart meters, distributed energy resources and other investments at the grid's edge.
Overheard at NE Electricity Restructuring Roundtable: March 2023
A panel of experts made the argument for smarter rate design on Friday at Raab Associates’ New England Electricity Restructuring Roundtable.
Interstate Renewable Energy Coun
Are We Overinvesting in Grid Modernization?
State regulators face a big challenge in ensuring grid modernization investments are in the public interest and cost-beneficial, says economist Ken Costello.
NJ BPU Backs Utility Benchmarking for 30,000 Buildings
New Jersey regulators approved a new benchmarking program requiring 30,000 buildings to annually report their water, gas and electricity use.
NJ Eyes Rules to Protect, Gather Advanced Metering Data
New Jersey is studying how to set data-gathering rules to ensure the implementation of advanced metering infrastructure helps ratepayers cut energy use.
NEPOOL Markets Committee Briefs: Oct. 13-14, 2021
Stakeholders outlined their complaints with ISO-NE's proposed MOPR elimination and its compliance with Order 2222 at an in-person NEPOOL meeting.
Fleet Electrification Will Require Smart Grid Technologies
The electrification of trucking fleets will require utilities to adopt smart grid technologies and design new rates, panelists said during a SEPA panel.
Overheard at 170th NE Electricity Restructuring Roundtable
Last week, Raab Associates’ New England Electricity Restructuring Roundtable had a panel discussion on the role of utility regulation in decarbonization.
NYISO Business Issues Committee Briefs: Jan. 13, 2021
The NYISO Business Issues Committee OK'd meter-related manual revisions and discussed updates to the 2019 CARIS database.
‘Grid Mod’ Still Advancing in Conn., Mass., Regulators say
Connecticut and Massachusetts are continuing efforts to modernize their electric grids despite the lockdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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