Wind and solar generation on the nation’s largest regional electric grid lags other parts of the country.
Coal fuels almost 75 percent of Indiana’s electricity today and fossil fuels may continue to dominate the state’s power supply for decades unless new policies are enacted, according to a study by university researchers.
Michigan residents might not have to wait for the next polar vortex to hear more about demand response.
CenterPoint Energy’s proposed pilot program faces opposition from state officials and clean energy groups.
New England’s grid operator argued the liquified natural gas plant was necessary for regional fuel security.