Green New Deal
Panelists at Raab's 168th New England Electricity Restructuring Roundtable discussed the implications of the recent elections and ISO-NE's capacity market.
For his EnVision Forum, FERC Chair Neil Chatterjee chose his home state of Kentucky, dependent on coal plants, to discuss the changing energy landscape.
Regulators from NYISO and PJM descended upon the historic Omni Homestead Resort in Hot Springs, Va., for the 24th annual MACRUC Education Conference.
Despite record CO2 levels and hostility from the White House, some speakers at EEI's annual conference saw reasons for optimism on climate policy.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry hasn’t given up on his campaign for coal and nuclear generation, but he conceded he hasn’t made much progress either.
New York can reduce carbon emissions at an acceptable cost while the industry addresses reliability issues, speakers said at IPPNY's Spring Conference.
Panelists at the ACORE Renewable Energy Policy Forum agreed that the Green New Deal has put climate change to the fore of U.S. politics like never before.
Physicist Mark P. Mills gave the NERC Reliability Leadership Summit a blistering critique, saying a rapid shift from hydrocarbons is delusional.
House Democrats have put climate change at the front of their agenda, with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez introducing the “Green New Deal.”
2018 brought chilling warnings about the growing dangers of climate change, but President Trump continued to question the reality of a warming planet.
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