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May 22, 2024

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Center on Global Energy Policy
Study: PJM Queue Wait Times Contributing to Longer Construction Periods
Lengthy wait times in PJM’s generator interconnection queue are interacting with siting and permitting timelines, supply chain disruptions and inflation to contribute to increasingly long construction periods, according to a study released by Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy.
EDP Renewables
FERC Approves COD Waiver for EDP Solar Farm in MISO
FERC approved EDP Renewables’ request to extend the final commercial operation date for its Crooked Lake solar farm in MISO South because of supply chain delays.
Western Power Pool
WRAP Participants Seek 1-Year Delay to ‘Binding’ Operations
Citing “significant new headwinds” to securing energy resources, participants in the Western Resource Adequacy Program are seeking to delay the program’s “binding” penalty phase by one year, to summer 2027.
Versant Power
DOE’s Final Transformer Efficiency Rules Seek to Ensure Stable Supply Chain
The U.S. Department of Energy finalized energy efficiency standards for distribution transformers to increase grid efficiency and save $824 million annually. 
Solar Energy Manufacturers for America
Report Calls for More Policies to Bolster Domestic Solar Manufacturing
The U.S.' incentives for domestic solar component manufacturing are insufficient, even with the Inflation Reduction Act, the report argues.
American Clean Power Association
Can US Maintain Record Solar, Clean Power Growth?
The U.S. could nearly quadruple solar capacity in the next 10 years, according to a SEIA report, while a ACP report shows that delays on clean energy projects have put more than 60 GW of clean power capacity on hold.
National Press Club
Granholm Praises Impact of US Clean Energy Industrial Policy
Clean energy policies funded by the IRA and IIJA have been key to the U.S. economy’s strong performance, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said at the National Press Club.
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Salton Sea Could Supply Lithium Needs for Decades, Study Finds

The Southern California region's supply could produce enough lithium to release the U.S. from its dependence on foreign sources of the key mineral, according to a new report.

CISA
CISA Releases AI Security Guidelines
The rapid spread of AI software prompted CISA and other global cybersecurity agencies to create new guidelines for safe development of machine learning tools.
DOE
DOE Announces $275 Million for Clean Energy Supply Chain

The Department of Energy said it would provide $275 million for seven projects around the country that are meant to bolster domestic clean energy supply chains.


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