January 23, 2020

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  • At least five large states raised the prospect Tuesday of pulling out from PJM Interconnection or the grid operator’s capacity markets as a result of recent changes imposed by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the latest fallout from FERC’s...
  • Arizona Public Service Wednesday joined a growing list of large utilities to commit to reaching 100 percent carbon-free power by 2050, saying it would lean heavily on the state’s abundant solar resources, growing amounts of energy storage and...
  • Amid assertions by environmentalists that Georgia Power is planning to close in place 10 unlined coal ash ponds that are sitting in groundwater, Democratic state lawmakers are pushing legislation that would require the Southern Co. subsidiary to...
  • Hoosier Energy, a southern Indiana electric cooperative serving 18 utility members, announced Tuesday is closing its 1,070-megawatt Merom coal-fired power plant in 2023 in a move it says will save ratepayers $700 million over the next two...
  • GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy and TerraPower announced Wednesday they will jointly pursue a public-private partnership to design and construct a 300 megawatt fast reactor planned by the Energy Department, with Energy Northwest—operator of Washington’s...