Zero Emission Credits (ZECs)
New Jersey made its community solar pilot program permanent, with a major focus on ensuring half of all subscribers are low- or moderate-income households.
PSEG's CEO said the utility is exiting offshore wind but sees potential in keeping its nukes alive now that they are eligible for federal tax credits.
The rising profile of nuclear power as one of the critical technologies that will power the U.S. to a carbon-free grid was a major theme at NARUC's conference.
New Jersey officials are updating the clean energy strategy that steered the state to becoming one of the most aggressive carbon reducers in the nation.
The price of New York ZECs is set to fall 14% for the next two years after the agency that administratively sets the price issued its biennial price adjustment.
PSEG is hoping the Democrats’ proposed climate bill will provide long-term support for the utility’s three nuclear plants, now subsidized by N.J. ratepayers.
Gov. Phil Murphy appointed Brian Lipman, a veteran litigator and senior executive at the state Division of Rate Counsel, to lead the consumer advocacy agency.
PSEG CEO Ralph Izzo says company is "hopeful" Congress will pass $15/MWh tax credit for nuclear.
Nevada's Clean Cars regulations will take effect in 2025, but the state is allowing auto makers to bank ZEV credits starting next year.
Car manufacturers selling in states that follow California’s ZEV regulations would be able to transfer ZEV credits among states under a new CARB proposal.
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