Converting emissions from coal-fired plants to gasoline, diesel, or jet fuel.
Making ‘Clean Coal’ More than an Oxymoron.
Diversifying Utility Regulation: State regulators voice opinions as mixed as the nation’s geography.
The Clean Power Plan's largest obstacle is how its cost is distributed disproportionately among the states.
A strategy for completely removing mercury from environmental emissions.
Exploring the cap-and-invest option.
MATS compliance now, with flexibility for the future.
Conflicting demands for complying with EPA’s MATS rule favor a single control technology to deal with multiple types of power plant emissions.
The Homer City decision increases uncertainty—but rewards forward thinking.
The D.C. Circuit’s CSAPR ruling reinforces the benefits of planning ahead and keeping options open. A diverse portfolio strategy reduces risks and costs.
How suppliers and generators can each gain from today’s historic low prices.
Gas-fired generators and suppliers alike can each share risk and reward from historic low prices with contracts that blend market and fixed prices
The jurisdictional battle rages on, with FERC and EPA squaring off against the states.
When Revolutionary War veteran Daniel Shays led an attack on the federal Springfield Armory in January 1787—the spark that ignited the federalist movement—he scarcely could’ve guessed that now, 225 years later, his spiritual descendants would still be fighting that very same battle.