January 21, 2022

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  • Concluding an unprecedented review of an already permitted and operating natural gas pipeline facility, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Thursday ruled that a pipeline compressor station in Weymouth, Mass., should continue operating because...
  • Saying the widespread 2020 Solar Winds hack illustrated a cyber vulnerability in the U.S. grid system, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Thursday directed the North American Electric Reliability Corp. to develop requirements for electric...
  • The Government Accountability Office has dismissed protests by two losing bidders for the huge contract to run the Energy Department’s Pantex and Y-12 plants, but sources say GAO took that action because DOE’s National Nuclear Security Administration...
  • Freyr Battery announced Wednesday that Honeywell will buy 19 gigawatt-hours of battery cells produced by the Norway-based company from 2023 through 2030 under an agreement under which Freyr will consider using Honeywell technologies in its...
  • The Sierra Club this week formally asked the Environmental Protection Agency to deny an operating permit for a massive natural gas liquefaction and export terminal planned by Driftwood LNG in Louisiana, contending state environmental officials...
  • In one of the most aggressive state efforts to spur distributed energy storage, Connecticut this week launched a program offering incentives for Eversource Energy and United Illuminating customers to both buy batteries and send electricity back to...