New England Conference of Public Utilities Commissioners (NECPUC)
Transmission planning, energy siting and maximizing federal funding highlighted discussions at NECPUC's 75th annual symposium last week.
Panelists at NECPUC's 75th Symposium debated how fast natural gas infrastructure should be phased out to meet New England's decarbonization goals.
Energy leaders in New England are calling on the states to look at developing time-varying rates to reduce costs and environmental burdens.
FERC's transmission NOPR will provide a "positive framework" said Eversource's Bill Quinlan.
Energy sector leaders in New England are already warning of a grim possible scenario for next winter.
ISO-NE is touting several “enhancements” to its current governance practices in a recent memo to state energy officials intended to appease frustration.
ISO-NE got through the winter without serious incident, but now it's time to start planning for next winter.
A panel on grid modernization that closed NECPUC focused on lessons learned from the February winter storm in Texas.
Natural gas supplies, carbon pricing and transmission were among the topics at the 73rd New England Conference of Public Utilities Commissioners Symposium.
Upgrading the gas pipeline network could prepare existing infrastructure to carry zero-carbon fuels, but it's an “enormous task,” researcher Erin Blanton said.
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