Fortnightly Magazine - December 2021
“It’s representative of how we could do a significant carbon reduction of our power generation sector with existing assets, which is critical.”
CAMPUT 2021 Virtual Conference Part Two, held by our regulatory friends in Canada, focused on the theme "Emerging and Advancing Together."
“Instead of simply pushing energy north to south, I will work with you to allow you to facilitate the development of your renewable energies to be able to use water storage capacity.”
Counting on Neighbors
“Wataynikaneyap is an unprecedented First Nation-led project to build approximately 1,800 kilometers of line plus 22 substations in Northwestern Ontario, and that is to connect 17 remote First Nations by 2023.”
Nova Scotia Board
“One of the successes of our Board is we’ve gotten to the point where government regularly consults us with respect to proposed legislative or regulatory changes because they want before they introduce it to know what we think problems might be.”
“We like to talk at NERC about the internet of threats, because it feels like every one of these devices creates an access point and a vulnerability in a world of increasing cyber warfare.”
“The Regional Electricity and Clean Energy Policy Work Stream, focused on developing recommendations for the efficient and reliable exchange of clean energy between British Columbia and Washington, and potentially the broader region.”
Excerpted comments of Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm, Congresswoman Yvette Clarke, senior leaders from Duke Energy, National Grid, PG&E, PSEG, EEI, AGA, API, UTC, and Commissioners from Maryland and Rhode Island.
“We have the opportunity to invest in our communities and transform our infrastructure and energy system to meet the demands of the twenty-first century.”
“It’s not a cookie cutter situation. What are the top challenges utilities face when deciding to fully invest in renewable energy?”