Green Mountain Power proposes to move some power lines underground and give customers in certain areas battery systems for storm resilience.
Pennsylvania regulators approved a policy statement that proposes guidelines for when utilities can use storage resources to increase reliability and resilience on the distribution system.
At Thursday's ISO-NE Consumer Liaison Group meeting, community members pushed the ISO on its fossil fuel use; an ISO representative pushed back.
FERC has approved SPP’s tariff revisions to its transmission planning process that establish new study processes for transmission-owning members.
Industry and Department of Energy experts say long-duration energy storage is key to growing renewable energy and fixing the new transmission project backlog.
The New York Public Service Commission again extended utilities’ deadline to procure energy storage — this time to the end of 2028.
Duke Energy reported that it met earnings expectations for 2022 and highlighted its near-term spending plans on an analyst call.
The annual NARUC meeting covered ground on rate design, energy storage and reliability while the energy portfolio undergoes renovation.
PSEG told the NJ BPU that utilities should play a greater role in owning and operating storage facilities than the one allowed under a proposal by the agency.
Grid-scale energy storage totaling 1.17 GW was installed across the U.S. in Q2 2022, a 212% increase from the same quarter of 2021, an industry report shows.
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