Threat to nearly one-fifth of our nation’s ninety-nine reactors is real
Renewable portfolio standard
Two back-to-back decisions by the Supreme Court in 2016 will fundamentally redefine the jurisdictional split.
The anti-growth, anti-people extremists who started the anti-nuclear movement were wrong.
Electric executives open up on what they’re planning next.
Developing a leadership role for utilities in alternative technologies.
State regulators address transformative forces.
What every real property owner should know.
Financing has been scarce for distributed generation. But as opportunities expand, commercial frameworks are solidifying. Power purchase agreements are paving the way to a bright future for DG.
Three CEOs, three business models, one shared outlook.
Cheap gas, regulatory uncertainties, and a technology revolution are re-making the U.S. utility industry. Top executives at three very different companies—CMS, NRG, and the Midwest ISO—share their outlook on the industry’s transformative changes.
Preparing the grid for large-scale renewables.
With large solar arrays and wind farms being proposed to connect to transmission and sub-transmission systems, are utility companies sufficiently prepared to handle the challenge of integrating these large intermittent resources? The industry now must decide whether transmission reliability factors — most notably dynamic voltage support and system frequency management — need to be resolved by renewable generators, or whether they should become a cost of doing business for transmission providers and reliability coordinators.