Policy

DOE launches initiative to enhance cybersecurity for electric utilities

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has introduced a new program designed to bolster the cybersecurity of electric utilities’ industrial…

10 hours ago

Louisville Gas and Electric, Kentucky Utilities agree to reduced rate increase, remain steady for four years

In settling their current rate review case, the Louisville Gas and Electric Company and Kentucky Utilities Company have agreed to…

19 hours ago

SDG&E to develop hydrogen pilots, battery storage to aid net zero greenhouse gas emission pledge

As part of a sustainability pledge to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2045, San Diego Gas & Electric…

19 hours ago

Consumers Energy announces 24 charging stations in operation within state network, with plans for 200 more by 2024

As of Earth Week 2021, Consumers Energy has announced that the Lower Peninsula of Michigan now hosts 24 fast charging…

19 hours ago

Postponed 2019 rate adjustment sees Duke Energy subsidiary gain rate hike

While the final rate increases haven’t been finalized, a delayed request from Duke Energy regarding the rates of its electric…

2 days ago

ComEd files state, federal rate increases for 2022

ComEd filed for its first electricity delivery rate increase in four years last week, requesting an increase of $51 million…

2 days ago

PNNL researchers release study on projected costs to meet future electricity capacity

Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) have released a new study that projects the…

2 days ago

DOE advances SuperTruck initiatives with $162M for decarbonizing cars, trucks and ORVs

Pushing forward with the SuperTruck 3 initiative, the United States Department of Energy (DOE) announced two funding opportunities this week…

3 days ago

Dominion Energy North Carolina proposes new clean energy programs

Dominion Energy North Carolina has proposed several new programs to help reduce customers’ environmental impact, lower their energy use and…

6 days ago

AEP’s Sundance Wind Energy Center begins commercial operation in north central Oklahoma

The 199 MW Sundance Wind Energy Center, developed by Invenergy and owned by American Electric Power (AEP), began commercial operation…

6 days ago

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