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We need sand to protect our coastlines from sea-level rise, but we also need sand for our most effective emissions mitigation efforts.
The recent LNG agreement may not have teeth, but it might have impact.
Improve your understanding of the stakeholder input on the PJM stakeholder process survey.
The explosion of an 83-year-old steam pipe in Manhattan reminds us of the urgent need to address aging city infrastructure.
Could FERC's recent order proposing massive restructuring of PJM's capacity market have the unintended consequence of renewing state interest in market-wide carbon pricing?
FERC recently issued an order proposing signficant changes to PJM's capacity market with the goal of protecting markets from state subsidies, giving stakeholders just 90 days to weight in.
In recent years, as energy prices in PJM have decreased, the portion of wholesale power costs associated with transmission has risen sharply. Turns out this negative correlation has been driven by policy and is not likely to continue.
A new study found that methane emissions from the U.S. natural gas sector are about 60 percent higher than the EPA’s original estimates. With coal on the decline and natural gas on the rise, are we swapping one climate catastrophe for another?
As national debate over grid resilience and security drills down on saving at-risk generation units, the regulatory gap on cybersecurity protections at the distribution grid level allows for a target-rich environment that could reach the bulk power system.