While the analysis focused on Seattle, researchers said the findings highlight a challenge that could await other cities and states with emission-cutting commitments.
Offshore wind could help hold down costs for ratepayers as the state pursues its emissions goals, according to a new study commissioned by a company that hopes to build wind turbines off the coast.
E&E News spoke with officials from four states across the political spectrum to learn more about what to expect on the Affordable Clean Energy rule in the months ahead.
Utility regulators’ move to create a formal long-term energy planning process could lead to a shake-up in the Southeast’s electricity mix.
“It will be difficult (and costly) to reduce emissions, unless a wide range of options are available,” a new analysis says.