“Bridge” rates for customers with solar will give the utility and the solar industry more time to work out a new package of incentives for distributed energy customers, installers say.
The new rules were required by lawmakers after Tropical Storm Isaias left more than a million New Yorkers without power in 2020, in some instances for days.
The state could see roughly 7,500 MW of delayed or potentially canceled solar projects, as well as the storage capacity attached to them, according to the Solar Energy Industries Association.
FERC’s natural gas review policies will likely be an issue during Chairman Richard Glick’s confirmation process, former agency head Neil Chatterjee said.
We find ourselves today without appropriate evaluation structures for resource adequacy because everyone is looking to somebody else, the authors write. It’s something the “D-O-double-G” told us about long ago.
The federal government and private sector are still coming to terms with how to protect operational technology in an increasingly volatile threat environment.
Today’s utilities bear little resemblance to the utility companies from decades ago.
The new subsidiary of Enel Group will be at Distributech in Dallas to present its innovative solutions that enable a sustainable, flexible, resilient, smart and safe grid infrastructure.
Two commissioners pointed to the renewable energy shift as a key culprit in the “reliability crisis” while others called out extreme weather and drought.
The goal is to set “standardized, technology-neutral grid service definitions that can benefit both wholesale and retail electric market interactions,” according to the electric and gas industry forum.