Northeast Energy and Commerce Association (NECA)
Potential changes to ISO-NE's capacity market include updates to its resource capacity accreditation (RCA) methodology, along with prompt and seasonal capacity market formats.
The uncertain future of the region’s gas network loomed large over the course of the conference.
New England energy industry leaders met at the 29th annual New England Energy Conference and Exposition to discuss regionwide clean energy market mechanisms.
Maria Robinson, director of DOE’s Grid Deployment Office, gave an update on the work her team has been doing to allocate a great deal of funding from the IIJA.
A panel of energy experts took ISO-NE’s capacity market to task, lambasting the region’s Forward Capacity Market and offering ideas about how to improve it.
Gas industry representatives proposed market fixes and upgrading pipeline infrastructure as potential solutions to New England's winter fuel supply concerns.
The Northeast U.S. could meet its winter peak power needs with LNG rather than relying on oil or coal plants, argues a Houston-based entrepreneur.
NECA invited energy experts to share stakeholders’ and developers’ perspectives on the challenges of achieving climate targets and building infrastructure.
Utility regulators from Maine and Massachusetts shared their thoughts on the path forward on Pathways.
Jordan Shoesmith of Copenhagen Offshore Partners said that available public funding can deliver a supply chain “to last for generations.”
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