Connecticut launched the Innovative Energy Solutions Program, a “regulatory sandbox” aimed at rolling out new ideas for a decarbonized and equitable grid.
Experts said it’s mostly policy, not technology, holding back widespread adoption of distributed energy resources supported by smart tech.
The first-ever ISO-NE Grid Transformation Day talked about the change overtaking the power industry — and the breadth of resources needed to accommodate it.
The Smart Energy Summit attracted industry representatives to Austin, Texas, to participate in workshops and panel discussions on new roles for utilities.
The future electric grid that upends traditional utility operations may be soon, according to industry experts speaking at the MISO Market Symposium.
New England is up to the task of managing the tough challenges facing its wholesale market and grid, speakers said at the New England Energy Conference and Exposition.
Utility representatives and other stakeholders shared their views on grid modernization at the Connecticut PURA’s first-ever technical conference on the subject.
Investor-owned utilities will fight any tax overhaul that doesn’t preserve deductions for interest and taxes, the head of EEI told Wall Street analysts.
A standing-room-only crowd got a glimpse of the grid of the future at the Energy Bar Association Annual Meeting.
News briefs on companies in PJM Interconnection: AEP, ComEd, Pepco and PPL.
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