ENERGY EFFICIENCY, NATURAL GAS AND RENEWABLE ENERGY DROVE DECADE OF U.S. ENERGY …
The U.S. overhauled how it produces, delivers, and consumes energy over a momentous decade of change, according to a new report from BloombergNEF (BNEF) and the Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE).
INFORMING THE TRANSMISSION DISCUSSION
This report was prepared by ScottMadden, Inc. for WIRES. The study includes a comprehensive overview of the current state of play of the electric indu…
BUILDING THE GREATER GRID WILL ACHIEVE AFFORDABLE, RESILIENT DECARBONIZATION
As states, utilities, and companies large and small pursue increasingly ambitious clean energy objectives, those of us in the energy sector are compelled to consider what policies and approaches are necessary to ensure that the road to a better energy future leads to cleaner, cheaper, more reliable power.
PACE OF RENEWABLE PROJECT DEVELOPMENT LAGS WITHOUT TRANSMISSION EXPANSION
Nina Plaushin, ITC Vice-President of Regulatory and Federal Affairs and Past-President, WIRES, recently joined host Sara Baldwin on Grid Geeks, a podcast featuring energy policy thinkers.
OUR ENERGY FUTURE NEEDS UPDATED POWER INFRASTRUCTURE
The network of high-voltage towers and wires that crisscross the country feeding power into our communities was largely built decades ago, without today’s technology developments in mind.
UTILITY DIVE: REPORT: RENEWABLE ENERGY IS NO THREAT TO POWER RELIABILITY
The power mix in the U.S. is changing, and while it is forcing the coal industry out, the development of a cleaner mix of fuels is a positive for the power grid. For more information, see this report about the additions that support the diversity and reliability of power systems.
MORNING CONSULT: TRANSMISSION PROJECTS MAKE GRID RELIABLE, CLEANER, AND INVEST I…
While transmissions lines aren’t the most glamorous subject, they are arguably one of the most important when it comes to power. Investment in lines can lead to better power, a better economy and cleaner air and water. Building transmission lines is a win-win.
UTILITIES EMBRACE DISTRIBUTED ENERGY
As consumer interest in clean energy choices continues to increase, electricity providers begin to invest in distributed energy resources. Utilities can take notes and incorporate the transactive energy into their business models.
REPORT: DISTRIBUTED GENERATION IS RISING, BUT MOST UTILITIES NOT READY
A new report shows distributed generation resources are a growing challenge to revenue for utility companies already facing reframing regulatory arguments and cybersecurity dangers in the ever-connected world.
SUSTAINABLE BRANDS: AS RENEWABLES REACH GRID PARITY, QUESTIONS ARISE SURROUNDING…
Businesses are taking note of the rapid accession of the clean energy industry, specifically wind and solar, which is becoming just as competitive in the market as fossil fuels.