Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA)
Connecticut regulators are proposing the development of a nine-year EV charging equipment deployment program starting in January 2022.
Last week, Raab Associates’ New England Electricity Restructuring Roundtable had a panel discussion on the role of utility regulation in decarbonization.
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Connecticut lawmakers passed legislation that targets 1 GW of energy storage deployment by the end of 2030.
Panelists discussed how different storage technologies are coming to market in Connecticut and how FERC Order 2222 will complement Order 841.
Connecticut and Massachusetts are continuing efforts to modernize their electric grids despite the lockdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
With four months to go in this year’s Connecticut General Assembly session, regulators made their cases short and sharp when briefing legislators.
FERC disclosed data underlying its new formula for setting ROE rates for New England transmission owners and explained how it influenced the methodology.
Connecticut announced the results of state’s solicitation for nearly 12 million MWh of zero-carbon electric power, equivalent to 45% of the electric load.
Dominion Energy has inched closer to winning state-subsidized energy contracts for its Millstone nuclear plant in Connecticut.
Utility representatives and other stakeholders shared their views on grid modernization at the Connecticut PURA’s first-ever technical conference on the subject.
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