Vistra Energy's deal to buy Energy Harbor ran into opposition at FERC, where parties argued it would harm Ohio's retail market and further concentrate PJM's wholesale market.
Texas regulators have approved a settlement that clears the way for Lubbock Power & Light to migrate from SPP into ERCOT and begin offering retail choice.
Competitive Power Ventures is launching CPV Retail Energy to sell power from its “low-emitting” combined cycle plants within the PJM grid.
Six IPPs and electric retailers announced a new organization to promote renewable energy and lobby states for greater customer choice.
ERCOT task forces working on market improvements and integrating storage brought the final results of their work to the TAC.
The presidential election, energy storage and electrification challenges were on the minds of speakers at Greentech Media's Power and Renewables Summit.
Oregon regulators are grappling with how to modernize the state’s direct access program to accommodate a rapidly changing energy landscape.
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio approved Suvon, doing business as FirstEnergy Advisors, as a competitive retail electric service provider.
Retail-choice states wanting to reduce their reliance on RTO capacity markets need to improve how their retail markets handle resource procurement.
While Manu Asthana's appointment as CEO brings hope to stakeholders left shaken by PJM’s exodus of leadership, one group finds the choice unsettling.
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