High-level energy officials from Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Vermont asked ISO-NE to establish an executive-level environmental justice position.
The state found Eversource's Draft Environmental Impact Report for the proposed Western Massachusetts gas pipeline to be inadequate.
In a blow to local environmental justice groups, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals dismissed challenges to FERC's authorization of the Weymouth Compressor Station.
Current or former FERC commissioners shared their views on the future of RTOs and the relationship between state and federal regulators.
The fate of 2 Texas LNG developments that had their approvals remanded to FERC drew out some disagreements among the regulators’ two Democrats in recent orders.
FERC received passionate testimony from panelists at its roundtable on incorporating environmental justice and equity into its infrastructure permitting.
Discussion of the clean energy transition focuses too much on technology and not enough on people, speakers told the Global Clean Energy Action Forum.
FERC's Willie Phillips joined the Institute for Policy Integrity to discuss a shifting U.S. energy landscape and how FERC is aiding the clean power transition.
Connecticut’s new Equity and Environmental Justice Advisory Council will advise the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection on EJ issues.
Eversource's request to expedite 15 state and local permits is the latest development in a long-running dispute over the substation.
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