Connecticut Power & Energy Society (CPES)
Utility regulators from Maine and Massachusetts shared their thoughts on the path forward on Pathways.
About 30% of the calls FERC's Office of Public Participation receives have nothing to do with FERC jurisdiction, but the office isn't just hanging up.
Cheryl LaFleur and FERC Commissioner Allison Clements spoke at the annual joint event between CPES and New England Women in Energy and the Environment.
Three energy industry CEOs shared their thoughts on New England’s electric transformation at CPES’ virtual fall conference.
State legislative leaders spoke to the Connecticut Power and Energy Society and the state’s bar association at the University of Connecticut School of Law.
With four months to go in this year’s Connecticut General Assembly session, regulators made their cases short and sharp when briefing legislators.
Energy storage, energy efficiency and offshore wind dominated the discussion at the Connecticut Power and Energy Society’s Future of Energy Conference.
New England is up to the task of managing the tough challenges facing its wholesale market and grid, speakers said at the New England Energy Conference and Exposition.
Connecticut officials shared their musings on a range of subjects, including the state’s energy policy, regulatory woes and China’s approach to siting nuclear plants.
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