Joint Federal-State Task Force on Electric Transmission
Former Maryland Public Service Commission Chairman Jason Stanek lays out the ways in which a lack of regulation and repair have led to a fragile, financially wasteful energy grid.
Grid-enhancing technologies offer significant savings, but first a naturally conservative industry needs to get used to using the emerging technologies while maintaining reliability.
The New Jersey Senate approved two new commissioners to the state Board of Public Utilities, bringing the five-member board to full strength.
The sixth meeting of the Joint Federal State Task Force on Transmission focused on securing the grid against physical attacks.
The Joint Federal-State Task Force on Electric Transmission convened during NARUC’s meeting to talk local project review and best practices on cost management.
Arkansas Commissioner Ted Thomas says his recent decision to step down from the state’s regulatory body is simply a matter of making room for his successor.
Anxiety over clogged interconnection queues and the need for more interregional transmission loomed large at the Energy Bar Association’s annual meeting.
The Northeast Power Coordinating Council’s Regional Standards Committee approved a guidance document on integrating DERs on the bulk power system.
FERC and state regulators embraced cluster studies but gave mixed reviews to fast-track processing as potential solutions to clogged interconnection queues.
The second half of the third meeting of FERC and NARUC's Joint Task Force on Electric Transmission focused on cost allocation for network upgrades.
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