When Grid Transformation Becomes a National Imperative
Fortnightly Magazine - December 2019
Making the grid cleaner and more resilient will eventually become a high political priority.
An Industry That's Often a Campaign Issue
The industry will always work to accommodate the path politicians have a passion for, even though that path can diverge from one election cycle to another.
Niagara Power Project
New York Power Authority’s Niagara Power Project will take place over 15 years. We took a deep dive into what is called Next Generation Niagara.
Economic incentives will aid in developing technologies and infrastructure necessary to take advantage of RNG.
A conversation with former Edison International CEO Ted Craver.
Double Down on Efficiency
If the rest of the country matched California’s rate of improvement, annual U.S. emissions of carbon dioxide would be lower now by almost 25%.
In some instances, you’re seeing folks looking at freeing up capital through portfolio rationalization to deploy into more focused areas that they consider strategic to their core business.
Challenges and Opportunities
Conversations with former FERC Chair Jim Hoecker and legendary developer Michael Skelly at the International Summit on the Electric Transmission Grid.
Update Regional Transmission Planning
FERC should bolster its regional and inter-regional transmission planning requirements to facilitate grid expansion, lower power prices, and achieve state and federal public policy goals.
Our support will fit into the realm of opportunities of developing the electricity market in West Africa by promoting the regional power market.