A Brattle Group study finds virtual power plants are cheaper than other viable options for resource adequacy, namely storage and natural gas peaking plants.
A New Jersey plan to promote energy efficiency and provide measurable benefits to users encountered scrutiny over cost and effectiveness at two state hearings.
Experts explained to ACORE's Policy Forum what hurdles remain to be overcome after Congress passed the most ambitious clean energy legislation last year.
Clean energy buyers all face a common challenge: figuring out how to keep track of both the clean energy they use and the carbon emissions they cut.
The PJM subsidiary that manages its registry of clean energy certificates will release a new product broken down by the hour in which the energy was created.
Experts extolled the virtues of more granular clean energy purchasing at Raab Associates’ New England Electricity Restructuring Roundtable.
RTOs and others opposed FERC's proposed penalties for missing interconnection study deadlines while generation developers balked at commercial readiness rules.
The “dragonscale” solar shingles that power Google’s massive campus in Silicon Valley will soon produce power on the rooftop of a multifamily building in D.C.
Utilities in the Southeast are cleaning up their generation fleets, but large consumers say the monopolies remain an obstacle to their decarbonization goals.
Word that Sen. Joe Manchin is open to a scaled-back version of the Build Back Better Act buoyed speakers at the ACORE Policy Forum.
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