The Brattle Group
Thermal energy storage powered by renewables could be a flexible, cost-effective way to decarbonize heavy industry in the U.S., according to a new report from the Renewable Thermal Collaborative and Center for Climate and Energy Solutions.
A report released by ACORE and Grid United highlighted how Europe is using HVDC transmission lines to advance its decarbonization efforts and explained how the U.S. could do the same.
The Clean Energy Group hosted a webinar laying out the case to replace natural gas peaking plants with VPPs, as they would avoid harmful emissions in densely populated areas.
The U.S. will require a massive mobilization of resources and careful planning to build the transmission needed to the meet its OSW goals, a new report says.
Can single-state transmission projects like California's Tehachapi and Texas’ CREZ serve as models for offshore wind on the East Coast?
Rhode Island will need to add about 440 GWh of renewable energy annually to meet the state’s goal of 100% renewable energy by 2030, Brattle said.
AEE presented a paper recommending that ISO-NE and NEPOOL consider borrowing from NYISO’s effort to plan for a renewable-heavy future.
PJM officials told stakeholders that revised calculations show lower floor prices for gas, nuclear and solar generating units under the expanded MOPR.
Four Colorado utilities decided to join CAISO’s Energy Imbalance Market instead of SPP’s Western Energy Imbalance Service because of the economic benefits.
A pair of studies have drawn divergent conclusions about the merits of competitive transmission solicitations. The differences may have to do with sponsors.
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