renewable portfolio standard (RPS)
The New Jersey Senate Environment and Energy Committee took testimony on a bill that would put into law the state’s goal to reach 100% clean energy by 2035.
Renewable energy is growing beyond its targets, due in part to the standards that set those targets.
The Natural Resources Defense Council finds that PJM’s backlogged interconnection is challenging states' renewable portfolio goals; PJM is committed to continuing to improve.
Virginia regulators approved Dominion Energy's latest plan to comply with the commonwealth's RPS, which includes new solar and storage projects.
A new study finds that community choice energy aggregation programs have resulted in cost savings for. many Massachusetts residents.
The state's community choice aggregators expanded their long-term procurement of clean energy by 14%, including the addition of 119 MW of long-duration storage.
New Jersey pension funds would be forced to divest from the largest 200 publicly traded fossil fuel companies under a controversial new bill.
NV Energy exceeded Nevada’s renewable portfolio standard requirement of 24% in 2021, according to a report approved by state regulators.
A Nevada report projects that the state’s GHG emissions in 2030 will be 24% less than in 2005 — far short of the 45% reduction that the state has set as a goal.
Dominion Energy’s proposal to develop new solar and energy storage resources faced harsh criticism in hearings before the Virginia State Corporation Commission.
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