December 3, 2023

natural gas distribution

A Look at How Some Utilities are Planning to Use Hydrogen
In light of Biden administration decarbonization objectives, Hawaii Gas executive notes in webinar that fuel production byproduct has been providing hydrogen for sale to consumers for decades.
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Massachusetts Lawmakers Look to Address Heating, Building Emissions
Massachusetts lawmakers and climate advocates held a legislative briefing on a set of bills looking to spur the decarbonization of the state’s heating sector.
Vermont Gas Utility Explains its Effort to Electrify Customers
Electrify Now, an organization trying to speed electrification, took the counterintuitive step of inviting a natural gas utility to its webinar this week.
Impact of Berkeley Gas Ruling Debated
A court ruling voiding Berkeley's ban on natural gas in new buildings could have national impact, but it doesn’t prevent all efforts to electrify buildings.
Rhode Island PUC Grapples with Future of Gas
The Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission held a conference on issues surrounding natural gas distribution infrastructure as the state moves toward net zero.
FERC Approves Pipeline Expansion Despite New Jersey’s Worries
FERC approved an expansion of a major pipeline to serve the East Coast despite doubts about its need by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities.
S&P Global
NYISO Monitor: Freezing Weather Could Threaten Eastern NY Reliability
Gas supply to Eastern New York could be limited during freezing weather because demand may exceed interstate pipeline capacity, NYISO’ stakeholders were told.
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.
PJM MRC Briefs: Sept. 29, 2021
The PJM MRC and MC approved several initiatives at their meetings, including a new task force to examine the alignment of the gas and electric markets.
Bill Would Tighten Oversight for Nevada Gas Providers
Nevada’s natural gas utilities would be required to seek approval for long-term infrastructure plans under a bill introduced in the state legislature.

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