December 2, 2023

grid resilience

Office of Gov. Gavin Newsom
California, Australia Forge Climate Pact
Faced with similar threats from climate change, California and Australia have agreed to battle the climate crisis together.
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Overheard at NARUC Summer Policy Summit 2023
NARUC's annual Summer Policy Summit attracted more than 1,000 attendees for discussions on understanding and preparing for the challenges that lie ahead.
NERC Finds Grid Generally Reliable and Resilient
NERC found that the bulk power system was generally reliable and resilient in 2022, but forced outages among coal and natural gas plants hit their highest level in the decade.
DOE Awards $26M to Clean Energy Technology Projects
The Department of Energy says it will fund eight projects to demonstrate how solar, wind, storage and other clean energy resources can support the grid.
Duke Energy
Duke Energy Sees Earnings Fall on Warm Winter Weather
Warm weather in its service territories led to lower earnings for Duke in Q1, but CEO Lynn Good told investors that the firm should make up for it this summer.
The White House
NY Utilities to Seek $900M from DOE
Six utilities have indicated they will apply for federal loans and grants totaling roughly $900 million made available from the IIJA and IRA.
Southern Oregon University
Ore. DOE Offers 2nd Round of Community Energy, Resilience Grants
Oregon’s DOE has opened a round of $12 million in grants for community renewable and energy resilience projects focused on rural and disadvantaged communities.
FPL Credits Grid Hardening for Fast Ian Restoration
After disastrous hurricane seasons, FPL instituted its “Storm Secure” program in 2006; resulting improvements paid off when Hurricane Ian made landfall.
Entergy Learning from Florida to Improve Resilience
Entergy says it has borrowed from Florida in ensuring its $15 billion, 10-year accelerated resilience plan will upgrade its system against future storm damage.
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Overheard at Infocast Transmission & Interconnection Summit 2022
Frustration over the lack of transmission growth and interregional planning mixed with optimism over FERC’s recent rulemakings at the Transmission Summit.

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