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April 17, 2024

American Clean Power Association (ACPA)

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Utilities Facing Increased Scrutiny over Political Activities

Bribery scandals and concerns over reliability and the pace of decarbonization have caused increasing scrutiny of utilities’ political activities.

BloombergNEF
BCSE Factbook: Federal Incentives Can’t Solve All Clean-tech Challenges

The momentum created by billions of dollars in federal incentives and tax credits has been tempered by supply chain constraints and the impacts of inflation and higher interest rates.

American Clean Power Association
Clean Energy Groups Seek FERC Re-evaluation of Automatic Penalties in MISO Queue
Multiple clean energy organizations have asked FERC to reconsider its approval of automatic penalties for withdrawing generation in MISO’s interconnection queue.
Wood Mackenzie
US Storage Market Sees Strong Growth, Strong Headwinds
Grid- or utility-scale storage continues to be a primary driver of U.S. market growth, jumping 71% from the third quarter of 2022 to the same quarter this year.
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Solar Developers Sing Mid-Atlantic Interconnection Blues

Getting more solar on the grid is a critical issue in D.C., Maryland and Virginia, each of which has set ambitious targets for running their electric systems on 100% clean power.

EMC Engineering Services
Treasury Department NOPR Seeks to Clarify IRA’s ITC Rules

The Treasury Department released guidelines for the Inflation Reduction Act’s investment tax credits for clean energy projects.

Grid Strategies
New Report Finds MISO, PJM Could Save Billions Through Interregional Tx Expansion
A new ACORE report concludes MISO and PJM could save ratepayers $15 billion in a little more than a decade if they build more interregional transmission.
ACP
ACP: Solar, Storage Soar in Record-breaking Q3; Wind Sputters

The U.S. grid added a record 5,551 MW of utility-scale solar, wind and storage in the third quarter of 2023, according to a new report released Wednesday from the American Clean Power Association.

McCarthy Building Companies
Michigan Energy Siting Bills Set off Opponents and Backers
Legislation that would give Michigan regulators siting authority for major renewable projects drew praise from supporters and outrage from opponents.
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Long-term Optimism Meets Short-term Concern at Offshore WINDPOWER 2023
The American Clean Power Association’s Offshore WINDPOWER conference discussed uncertainty and the need for federal support amidst supply chain snarls and high interest rates.

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