For the ninth consecutive year, the parent company of Rocky Mountain Power has been ranked among the top three renewable energy providers across two categories by the U.S. Department of Energy.
PacifiCorp, which owns both Rocky Mountain Power and Pacific Power, benefited from its voluntary Blue S... Read More »
The amount of wind projects under construction or in advanced development is 40 percent higher in this year’s second quarter than the same time last year, a recent American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) report said.
Between April and June, 29 wind projects with a combined capacity of 3,841 me... Read More »
In testimony before the House Subcommittee on Energy, Vice President of Federal Government Policy at PJM Interconnection Craig Glazer discussed proposed rule changes to “better recognize the attributes” of key generators including baseload generation.
Glazer proposed changes to the Federal E... Read More »
Federal district courts in New York and Illinois dismissed cases challenging the state’s zero-emission credit programs, drawing praise from the nuclear industry.
“These are big wins for state and local economies and the environment,” NEI Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary Ellen ... Read More »
The Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) board of directors formally affirmed INGAA’s “Commitment to Responsible Pipeline Construction” last week.
The commitment includes “ensuring safe and reliable pipeline construction, caring for communities and landowners, preserving... Read More »
A new major clean energy project expected to provide approximately 9 million megawatt hours (MWh) of new wind energy annually to consumers in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas was recently announced by American Electric Power (AEP).
Two utility subsidiaries of AEP, Public Service Co. (PSO)... Read More »
Smarter energy readers will soon be coming to customers of Entergy Louisiana, whose service commission voted this week in favor of a multi-year plan to install new readers at homes and businesses alike.
Installations are scheduled to begin in early 2019, with completion presently expected in 2021... Read More »
The Senate Subcommittee on Clean Air and Nuclear Safety held a hearing this week on clean energy technologies in which witnesses provided the Senators with updates on projects that utilize technology to monitor, limit and use carbon emissions.
The panelists testified on projects in various secto... Read More »
The House Subcommittee on Energy recently held its second “Powering America” hearing where representatives heard from all seven Regional Transmission Organizations (RTOs) and Independent Service Operators (ISOs) on the state of wholesale energy markets.
“Americans have come to expect that ... Read More »
A group of 36 Republican Senators sent a letter Wednesday to Department of the Interior (DOI) Secretary Ryan Zinke expressing their support of DOI’s new Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Five-Year Oil and Gas Leasing Program for 2019-2024.
“Pursuing a new Five-Year Program will provide a meaning... Read More »