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June 13, 2024

Ernest Moniz

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FERC Chair: States not Benefiting from Grid Projects Won’t Pay — Period
Speaking at the Exelon Innovation Expo, Phillips stressed FERC Order 1920's innovative approach to long-term planning for regional transmission, with a focus on reliability, affordability and sustainability. 
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Overheard at CERAWeek 2024
CERAWeek 2024 by S&P Global was supposed to explore “strategies for a multidimensional, multispeed and multifuel energy transition.” Instead, the buzz was all about data centers and artificial intelligence.
Energy Futures Initiative
Moniz Calls for ‘Substantial Effort’ on Bioenergy with Carbon Capture
Former Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz says BECCS is needed because "every damn tenth of a degree is really important," but environmentalists say the technology is not carbon negative.
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Moniz Boosts Nuclear Innovation, DOE Reorganization
Former U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz on Friday called for policy changes to increase private capital for advanced nuclear reactors.
Duke Energy
Potential for Green Hydrogen Hub in the Carolinas
The industrial revolution saw certain industries "cluster" regionally. Now, U.S. hydrogen advocates are talking about "hubs" in the same way.
LIFT Act Could Pour $312B into Infrastructure
The House Energy and Commerce Committee considered the LIFT Act, which would allocate $312 billion for building and upgrading electric infrastructure.
Study Outlines Challenges of Decarbonizing New England
A new study outlines the challenges of decarbonization in New England, including the amount of renewables required and carbon capture.
Federal Energy Review Calls for Billions of Dollars in Spending on Infrastructure
The Obama administration’s first Quadrennial Energy Review calls for returning the U.S. to a post-World War II level of investment in infrastructure, spending it says could create 1.5 million jobs while transforming the nation’s electric grid and oil and gas pipelines.
Federal Briefs
News briefs on the federal agencies that impact those doing business in the RTO footprints. This week we include the Energy Department and the NRC.
Federal Briefs
News briefs on the federal agencies that impact those doing business in the RTO footprints. This week we include FERC, the NRC and the Energy Department.

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