The Tennessee Valley Authority doesn’t appear ready to fast-track its decarbonization plans despite receiving a letter this month from 10 members of Congress urging it to chart a path to 100% clean energy by 2035.
NERC's latest ERO Reliability Risk Priorities Report includes energy policy and critical infrastructure interdependencies among crucial reliability risks.
ACEEE released a report arguing that efficiency would have major benefits in deep decarbonization scenarios by avoiding the need for balancing resources and minimizing costs to vulnerable consumers.
ISO-NE told its Planning Advisory Committee that decarbonization may require increased dispatchable generation, storage and capacity.
The Independent Power Producers of New York’s annual Spring Conference highlighted the challenges New York faces as it decarbonizes.
Seven N.Y. utilities filed a proposal aiming to help develop a "fully decarbonized electric system” by improving grid planning coordination among stakeholders.
Entergy has released more ambitious 2030 benchmarks on the road to its goal of achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by midcentury.
Three nominees for top posts at the DOE faced pointed questions from Senators known for protecting fossil fuel sector interests.
Under new U.S. policies, federal contractors will have to disclose their greenhouse gas emissions and climate risks.
MISO's Regional Resource Assessment found there will be a persistent risk of capacity shortfalls as fossil plants retire and more renewables come online.
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