March 22, 2019

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  • The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Thursday launched a review of its transmission expansion incentives, saying sweeping changes across the power industry since it first set the incentive policies in 2006 raised questions about whether they were...
  • In its first comprehensive review in decades of how it regulates company earnings in the booming sector, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission said Thursday it would consider changes to its process for setting return on equity for owners of...
  • Energy efficiency advocates Thursday charged that an Energy Department proposal to raise the regulatory bar for tougher appliance efficiency standards would bring the DOE program to a “standstill” and would have killed recently approved standards...
  • In a deal hailed by Energy Secretary Rick Perry, NuScale Power signed a memorandum of understanding Tuesday with a leading utility in Romania under which they will evaluate the potential use of NuScale’s small modular reactor technology in the...
  • Ralph Izzo, chairman of the board, president and chief executive officer of New Jersey-based Public Service Enterprise Group, has been elected chairman of the board of the Nuclear Energy Institute, succeeding Donald Brandt, chairman of the board,...