zero-emission credits (ZEC)
A closed nuclear plant in Michigan could be eligible for federal funding to reopen under new guidelines for the 2nd round of the Civil Nuclear Credit Program.
PSEG said during its Q4 earnings call that it's looking at further investment in offshore wind projects after completing the sale of its fossil units.
The Virginia DEQ approved a measure to adopt standards that will reduce tailpipe emissions and set zero-emission vehicle sales requirements.
New Jersey’s Supreme Court declined to certify an appeal challenging an appellate court ruling upholding subsidies for the state's nuclear plants.
PJM stakeholders voted overwhelmingly in support of the RTO’s proposal to eliminate a capacity market rule that undermined state decarbonization efforts.
Connecticut’s PURA directed Eversource Energy to offer interim rate riders to small businesses, which saw higher electric bills during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Exelon’s Byron and Dresden nuclear plants depend on the Illinois legislature passing a comprehensive energy package, CEO Chris Crane said.
PSEG announced it has entered into an agreement to sell its 467-MW Solar Source portfolio of 25 solar plants to Quattro Solar, an affiliate of LS Power.
The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities awarded annual subsidies totaling $300 million a year to the state’s three nuclear power plants.
New Jersey’s Division of Rate Counsel appealed to the Supreme Court the dismissal of its suit seeking to block the BPU's ZEC program for nuclear plants.
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