renewable energy credits (RECs)
New York’s clean energy agency needs more time to draw up the renewable energy certificate program for two major renewable energy transmission projects.
Power demands from the upstart clean hydrogen industry could lead to a dirtier electric grid.
The North Carolina Utilities Commission largely approved Duke Energy’s proposal to update its net energy metering rules for residential rooftop solar customers.
NYPSC won praise for its implementation of a law to speed up transmission development, but parties said much work remains in order to meet clean energy goals.
The energy department of outgoing Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker left a gift on the governor’s last day in office: a Forward Clean Energy Market proposal.
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Proposed Local Law 97 rules would establish reduction timelines, lay out a credits program, and set emissions reporting methodologies for large buildings.
NYSERDA has requested another year to set up the system of renewable energy credits that is part of the state’s plan to bring clean energy into New York City.
NYISO’s long-term planning forecast underestimates the role of merchant storage and increases the apparent need for transmission, according to the ISO’s MMU.
New Jersey's proposal to award solar RECs through annual procurements with incentives for projects incorporating storage won initial support from stakeholders.
Stakeholders at a PJM Market Implementation Committee meeting peppered RTO staff with questions about a proposal on cost-based energy offers.
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