September 22, 2023

Eversource Energy (NYSE:ES)

Revolution Wind
BOEM Approves Revolution Wind off New England Coast
Revolution Wind has become the fourth utility-scale U.S. offshore wind project to gain federal approval. 
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
FERC Interconnection Rule Sets Penalties, Ends ‘Reasonable Efforts’ Standard

FERC’s revamp of its generator interconnection procedures will impose penalties on transmission providers that fail to complete studies on time.

More Environmental Information Required for Western Mass. Gas Pipeline
The state found Eversource's Draft Environmental Impact Report for the proposed Western Massachusetts gas pipeline to be inadequate.
Eversource Begins Its Exit from OSW Development
Eversource began its anticipated departure from the offshore wind sector, announcing it would sell its interest in an uncontracted New England lease to Ørsted.
Medway Grid LLC via Massachusetts Energy Facilities Siting Board (EFSB)
Mass. Energy Facilities Siting Board Punts on Energy Storage
The agency determined that it lacks jurisdiction over battery energy storage systems, referring such projects to the state's Department of Public Utilities.
Lone RI OSW Proposal to be Evaluated for Affordability
Rhode Island Energy said it hoped to receive more than one proposal in the state’s second offshore solicitation but recognizes the challenges facing the sector.
Orsted, Eversource Propose Revolution Wind 2
The two companies are proposing an 884-MW wind farm off the coast of Rhode Island.
Siemens Gamesa
Siemens Gamesa Plans OSW Nacelle Factory in Upstate NY
Siemens Gamesa said it will build a nacelle factory in upstate New York if its turbines are selected for the next wind farms to be built off the state’s coast.
Mass. Rejects Delay of Offshore Wind Review
Massachusetts regulators have rejected developers’ requests to pause the review of their power purchase agreements for two planned offshore wind projects.
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Legislative Action Sought for New England’s Winter Reliability Challenges
New England's natural gas prices are likely to rise this winter and could prompt more supportive policies, stakeholders told the IPPNY Fall Conference.

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