Exelon's CEO spent part of Wednesday’s first-quarter earnings call talking about how the company will help meet states' decarbonization targets.
New Jersey is studying how to set data-gathering rules to ensure the implementation of advanced metering infrastructure helps ratepayers cut energy use.
A panel on grid modernization that closed NECPUC focused on lessons learned from the February winter storm in Texas.
The Illinois PIRG is calling on Exelon to divest itself from ComEd in the wake of the bribery scandal that has ensnared the company.
The Public Utility Commission of Texas issued several orders revising its efforts to mitigate the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Smart Energy Summit attracted industry representatives to Austin, Texas, to participate in workshops and panel discussions on new roles for utilities.
Panelists at the GridWise Alliance 2018 gridCONNEXT conference discussed the prospects of climate-related legislation in Congress and electric vehicles.
The Texas PUC quickly approved a second draft order of Southwestern Public Service’s (SPS) request for a certificate of convenience and necessary for its 478-MW wind farm.
Slow-moving regulators and utility procurement practices are hindering smart grid innovation, a panel of tech executives told the NARUC summer conference.
The Texas PUC agreed with a recommendation by staff that it open a rulemaking proceeding to transfer some oversight of smart meter data to ERCOT.
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