April 21, 2024


Robb, Cancel Review Reliability Landscape
NERC CEO Jim Robb and E-ISAC CEO Manny Cancel shared their views on the electric reliability landscape in a media call.
CISA Highlights China Threat in 2024 Priorities Report
Cyber threats from China topped the Joint Cyber Defense Force's priorities for 2024, according to the CISA.
U.S. House of Representatives
China Preparing to ‘Wreak Havoc’ on US, Cyber Officials Warn
Multiple cybersecurity officials warned lawmakers that China is likely to attempt attacks against U.S. critical infrastructure in a conflict over Taiwan.
DOE Offers $3.5B for Domestic Battery Manufacturing, $444M for Carbon Storage
DOE announced a pair of funding opportunities for battery manufacturing and carbon storage designed to spur grid storage, electrification and emission reductions.
Office of Gov. Gavin Newsom
In China, Newsom Meets with Xi, Other Leaders to Build Climate ‘Bridge’
The California governor met with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing to bolster climate cooperation between his state and the People’s Republic of China
Office of Gov. Gavin Newsom
Calif. Enters Climate Agreement with China’s Hainan Province
Gov. Gavin Newsom said California will team up with the Chinese province in the state’s latest international partnership focused on the climate crisis.
House Energy and Commerce Committee
NERC’s Cancel Details Grid Threats to House Energy Subcommittee
NERC and E-ISAC executive Manny Cancel testified before the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about cyber and physical threats to the North American power grid.
NERC Issues Cybersecurity Data Request
Registered entities must report to NERC on the cyber assets present on their systems and the potential impact of adding security monitoring software.
Biden to Veto Bipartisan Rollback of Solar Tariff Moratorium
Biden plans to veto a joint resolution rolling back a two-year moratorium on tariffs on solar panels and cells from four Southeast Asian countries.
Western EcoSystems Technology
Colo. Solar Project Beset by Supply Delays Wins FERC Extension
A Colorado solar-and-battery project facing ongoing supply chain disruptions can postpone its operational start date by 21 months, FERC decided 3-1.

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