July 13, 2024


Biden Doubles Down on Support for US Solar Manufacturing
The administration’s focus on growing a healthy, competitive solar supply chain combines Biden’s drive to stimulate private investment in clean tech manufacturing and jobs and bipartisan concerns about Chinese trade practices.
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RTOs Report Diminished Solar Output, Loads as Wildfire Smoke Passes
RTOs in the Northeast are experiencing diminished solar output and lower-than-expected loads as smoke from Canadian wildfires passes over the region.
IEA: Solar Will be ‘No. 1 Source of Electricity’ Worldwide by 2027
Driven by global energy security concerns and new government support, renewable energy could see unprecedented growth in the next 5 years, according to IEA.
NTE Energy
NEPOOL Participants Committee Briefs: May 5, 2022
Competitive Power Ventures’ proposal to revamp ISO-NE's financial assurance rules failed to win approval from NEPOOL’s Participants Committee.
ABB Power Grids Velocity Suite
Higher Prices, Longer Queues Highlight FERC Market Report
Rising natural gas prices and extreme weather pushed wholesale electricity prices higher in 2021, FERC said in its annual State of the Markets report.
CAISO Sets 98% Renewables Record
On April 3, CAISO topped its record for renewables serving load that it had set a week before, coming closer to briefly meeting demand with 100% clean energy.
The White House
Biden 2023 Budget Includes Billions for Clean Energy, GHG Reductions
President Joe Biden’s $5.8 trillion federal budget request for 2023 contains a raft of line items aimed at cutting greenhouse gas emissions.
Renewables Highlight 2021 PJM RTEP Report
PJM saw interconnection requests for solar more than triple since 2019, comprising more than half the interconnection queue, according to the 2021 RTEP report.
Massachusetts Solar Watchers See Warning Signs in Local Siting
Solar siting in Massachusetts has proven to be a "much, much more heavy lift" than expected, said Grasshopper Energy's Jonathan Persaud.
Department of Water Resources
Summer Hydro Outlook Iffy in California
A dry January and February are clouding the prospects for hydroelectric generation this summer following two years of severe drought in California.

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