June 22, 2021

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  • In a new review that could further complicate startup of the already badly lagging project, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission announced Monday that it has launched a special inspection of the more advanced of two reactors being built at Georgia...
  • Continuing one of the toughest state enforcement programs on electric utility reliability, New York regulators last week imposed “negative revenue adjustments” totaling $12 million on Consolidated Edison and New York State Electric & Gas for failing...
  • Willie Phillips, chairman of the District of Columbia’s Public Service Commission, has emerged as a leading candidate to fill an upcoming open seat at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, sources say, and received a boost Monday in a strong...
  • The North American Electric Reliability Corp. last week announced a joint initiative with Dragos, a leading cybersecurity vendor, to boost information-sharing among electric utilities about attacks on industrial control systems, which are...
  • A bipartisan bill introduced in the House of Representatives last week would address long-standing concerns of municipal utilities and natural gas customers by including refund authority for pipeline rates under the Natural Gas Act. The American...
  • Citing huge market uncertainty and migration of load to competing retailers, California’s large investor-owned utilities are fighting a proposed requirement by the state’s utility regulator that they buy up to 1,500 megawatts of fossil-fueled...