July 19, 2024

grid modernization

National Grid
National Grid Plans $35B Investment in NY, Mass.
National Grid plans to invest $75 billion in its infrastructure over the next five years, nearly half of it in New York and Massachusetts. 
New Jersey Opens 4th Offshore Wind Solicitation
The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities has opened its fourth offshore wind solicitation with a planned capacity of up to 4 GW.
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Decarbonizing New York: Chicken and Egg Proposition
New York’s conundrum is how to ensure grid reliability and resilience as it calls for fossil fuel resources to be replaced by intermittent resources.
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NJ Regulators Seek ‘Proactive’ Grid Upgrade Plans from Utilities
The NJ BPU is close to concluding a new rules package that includes a requirement that utilities regularly identify barriers to interconnecting renewables.
Interstate Renewable Energy Coun
Are We Overinvesting in Grid Modernization?
State regulators face a big challenge in ensuring grid modernization investments are in the public interest and cost-beneficial, says economist Ken Costello.
Duke Energy
Duke Energy Estimates Net-zero Push at $145B in Next Decade
Duke Energy estimated the cost of its clean energy transition plans at $145 billion over the next decade, $10 billion more than its previous 10-year plan.
NYISO Reviews Preliminary ‘Grid in Transition’ Study Results
NYISO reviewed the preliminary results of phase one of the Grid in Transition study on the reliability effects of integrating more renewables into the grid.
Solar Landscape
NJ Solar Sector Calls for Speedy Grid Modernization Plan
Solar developers embraced a new report by the NJ BPU on how to modernize the state’s power grid to handle the expected rise in energy from wind and solar.
Pepco Holdings
Solar Developers: New Jersey’s Aging Grid Can’t Accept New Projects
Parts of New Jersey’s electricity grid are so old and its capacity so limited that new solar projects can’t be connected in certain areas, developers said.
Ohio Lawmaker’s Pro-EV Manufacturing Bill Worries Colleagues
Ohio's 108,000 auto manufacturing jobs could disappear over the next decade unless the state incentivizes EVs, says a state Sen. Michael Rulli (R).

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