Rooftop solar, net metering, and the perils of utilityspeak.
Fortnightly Magazine - May 2014
ISO New England’s capacity market proposal will bring reliability benefits to the region.
ISO New England CEO Gordon van Welie rebuts implications in a Fortnightly column about the ISO’s “Pay for Performance” capacity market proposal.
PSEG names Tamara Linde as executive v.p. and general counsel upon Lon Bouknight’s retirement; NYISO elects Daniel B. More, formerly of Morgan Stanley, to its board of directors; Edison International announces board member France Cordova to resign in order to accept appointment by President Obama to serve as director of National Science Foundation.
ERCOT readies for renewable market integration.
ERCOT load growth: patterns, possibilities, and second thoughts.
Protecting substations and transformers after the PG&E Metcalf attack.
How to find value in distributed energy resources.
GE Energy Consulting and the New York Power Authority agree to a license arrangement allowing NYPA to use GE’s MAPS software to perform high-fidelity nodal analysis; NRG acquires Roof Diagnostics Solar, a residential solar company; GE unveils 2.75-120 wind turbine; AEP awards Babcock & Wilcox a contract to provide steam generator services.