State energy officials conclude that eliminating emissions in two decades is feasible and affordable, but it will require changes from grid operator ISO New England.
The process requires utilities to account for the costs and benefits of renewables, efficiency, and fossil fuel investments.
Commentary: California resource planning needs to step up to the challenge of decarbonizing the grid
To meet its clean energy goals, California needs to plan for statewide electricity resources holistically, writes Ed Smeloff of Vote Solar.
A report submitted to state lawmakers last week recommends several changes that are supported by clean energy groups.
DTE’s recent IRP proposal could better embrace innovation in the advanced energy industry, writes Laura Sherman at the Michigan Energy Innovation Business Council. Here’s how.