Current or former FERC commissioners shared their views on the future of RTOs and the relationship between state and federal regulators.
EEI officials are optimistic they can win bipartisan support for siting and permitting legislation in Congress after the failure of Sen. Manchin’s proposal.
The Electricity Subsector Coordinating Council is discussing how the industry can deploy newfound federal funding to accelerate the energy transition.
The industry says DOE's Building a Better Grid initiative will prioritize national transmission solutions, allowing more renewable resources on the grid.
For the first time in more than a year, regulators from PJM and NYISO joined in person for the MACRUC annual Education Conference.
Relationships between state and federal entities on large-scale infrastructure projects featured prominently at the second day of MACRUC.
Panelists expressed worry about regulatory uncertainty during a FERC technical conference on the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the industry.
Regulators should preserve the multiple incentives currently offered to transmission developers, former FERC commissioners said.
The Edison Electric Institute celebrated the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act at its annual briefing to Wall Street analysts.
Almost 190 investors, utility officials, technology company executives and others gathered for the GridWise Alliance’s two-day GridCONNEXT conference.
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