State Energy Innovations Liable to get Zapped by FERC Preemption
State energy regulators have to design their rules respecting the chance that Federal preemption will vaporize their viability. Some States want energy rules to push their policy choices, on things like global warming and renewables. But State rules on energy can’t cross in to the areas regulated exclusively by the Federal Government. A recent unanimous… Read More »State Energy Innovations Liable to get Zapped by FERC Preemption
Solar Incentive Program in Massachusetts Updated 2017
On January 31, 2017 Massachusetts released plans for the redesign of the program to incentivize solar energy construction in the state. The DOER slideshow is here. Massachusetts commitment to support solar energy production remains but is reshaped – to target the projects deemed optimal and to reduce rewards for putting solar farms in undeveloped green… Read More »Solar Incentive Program in Massachusetts Updated 2017
New England is like the EU – Energy Importing Sovereigns Seeking Consensus
FEDERAL ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION Technical Conference Coordination between Natural Gas and Electricity Markets Boston August 21, 2012 Report by Chuck Cobb Meeting to Discuss Two Industries in Six States The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) met in Boston for a roundtable discussion of New England’s increasing reliance on natural gas to fuel electric generation and… Read More »New England is like the EU – Energy Importing Sovereigns Seeking Consensus
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