Jeremiah D. Lambert, a lawyer in Washington, D.C., has served PJM and other clients in the electric utility industry and has written extensively on energy-related topics.
It’s difficult to assess the REV promise because it’s difficult to figure out what REV is really about
Fortnightly’s new chief reflects on his background and our principles.
Part 3: When Competition Turns to War
Why some proceedings blow up, while others reach consensus.
Are regulators managing market manipulation?
Who’s afraid of the transactive grid?
Smart grids and nodal markets spark the emergence of a transactional grid. In fact it’s already happened, and we’re just becoming aware.
Free markets are not a fad.
Distribution utilities could become an important source of renewable funding.
Distribution utilities are well positioned to provide tax equity for renewable projects, but some state laws prevent it. Tapping the potential will require progressive leadership by utility executives and regulators.