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FERC’s deadlock means SEEM is here to stay—Why are renewables worried?

The 15 utilities behind the Southeast Energy Exchange Market (SEEM) hailed the proposal as providing "cost, reliability and environmental benefits." So, why is the renewable energy industry so concerned?
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Top 10 lessons learned from microgrid builders, owners, and operators

This was the week for Microgrid California, a one-day conference produced by Microgrid Knowledge that was jam-packed with educational sessions designed for microgrid owners,...

Will upgrading fossil fuel infrastructure enable polluters or accelerate the path to net-zero?

he International Energy Agency released its Global Hydrogen Review 2021 on Monday, calling on world leaders to rapidly invest in hydrogen projects to support the clean energy transition.
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New Mexico AG, union sign on to $8.3B AVANGRID-PNM merger

The proposed merger in which AVANGRID acquires the owner of utility Public Service Co. of New Mexico (PNM) took a major step closer to...

Frenzel succeeds Fowke as CEO at Xcel Energy

Western U.S. utility Xcel Energy is entering a new era in its leadership Chief Operating Officer Bob Frenzel succeeds Ben Fowke, who has led the...

NERC: U.S. power sector strong, yet increasingly susceptible to weather, cyber threats

The nation’s bulk power system faced massive challenges over this past year, including a deadline winter storm in the southwest and devastating wildfires, heat...

FPL wants St. Lucie nuclear power units renewed to run through 2050s and 2063

Florida Power & Light is moving early to ask for federal licensing renewal for its two St. Lucie Nuclear Power Plant units 1 and...

FirstEnergy admits payments, adds $230M fine in Ohio nuclear bailout bribery prosecution

Staff and Wire Reports Ohio-based utility holding company FirstEnergy Corp. has entered into a deferred prosecution agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice over its...

New York announces initiatives to explore green hydrogen for decarbonization

New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo this week announced that New York plans to explore the potential role of green hydrogen as part of...

Global cogeneration coalition to put CHP in climate spotlight

An alliance of combined heat and power companies and associations has launched the COGEN World Coalition. The global association brings together regional cogeneration organizations from...

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