Southeast Energy Exchange Market (SEEM)
Critics of the Southeast Energy Exchange Market say after a year of operations, it has failed to meet many of the promises of its sponsors.
North Carolina regulators approved the combination of Duke Energy's "carbon plans" to implement state law requiring net zero emissions by midcentury with its standard integrated resource plans for the sake of regulatory efficiency.
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals remanded FERC’s approval of the Southeast Energy Exchange Market back to the commission for additional proceedings.
North Carolina businesses called for a study of wholesale market competition, including a possible RTO, citing a lack of “cost-competitive, clean energy.”
FERC must look beyond reliability standards to boost electric industry winter readiness, says R Street Institute's Michael Giberson.
Oral arguments Wednesday on the appeal of FERC’s approval by operation of law of the Southeast Energy Exchange Market focused on the issue of deadlines.
Southern Co. announced that CEO Tom Fanning is set to step down from most of his roles, and Georgia Power CEO Chris Womack has been tapped as his successor.
The Southeast Energy Exchange Market is set to begin operations on Nov. 9 despite an ongoing legal challenge from environmental groups.
A representative of the new Southeast Energy Exchange Market assured SERC on Thursday that its reliability role will not change under the new market.
Utilities in the Southeast are cleaning up their generation fleets, but large consumers say the monopolies remain an obstacle to their decarbonization goals.
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