Why trying to fix mandatory capacity markets is like trying to win a game of Whack-A-Mole (Parts I & II)
Trying to fix mandatory capacity markets like trying to win at Whack-A-Mole, Part II
Two back-to-back decisions by the Supreme Court in 2016 will fundamentally redefine the jurisdictional split.
Trying to fix mandatory capacity markets like trying to win whack-a-mole, Part I
The way forward, amidst new markets, technologies, and environmental imperatives.
Demand response on appeal before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Part 2: Key choices on the way forward.
As a bridge to a low-carbon future, natural gas can’t – and shouldn’t – meet every need.
American Electric Power (AEP) chose Siemens to modernize its HVDC back-to-back link at its 600-MW Welsh HVDC station in Titus County, Texas. Siemens will upgrade its 20-year-old system by installing new control and protection technologies, replacing the cooling, heating and ventilation, and incorporating new harmonic filters and shunt reactors. This will be the first Siemens mid-life control and protection HVDC modernization in the United States.
How the feds opened the supply side.