September 22, 2021

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  • Exelon is fighting a finding by PJM Interconnection’s market monitor that the giant generator still holds structural market power in Maryland and across parts of PJM’s Mid-Atlantic and Midwest grid due to its 2012 purchase of Baltimore-based...
  • Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker this week launched a new initiative to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from building heating systems after a state agency released a study finding that electric heat pumps could be effective in cold weather climates,...
  • Following criticism from some city council members about its power restoration efforts following Hurricane Ida and previous storms, Entergy said Tuesday it was open to selling its New Orleans unit if an impending council review of utility service...
  • The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission announced plans last week to hold a staff-led technical conference November 15 to examine “issues and potential reforms” related to regional transmission planning, including ways to build more long-haul power...
  • Moving to address an unfulfilled promise by the United States and other developed nations dating from 2009, President Biden pledged Tuesday to double the annual U.S. contribution to international financing aimed at helping vulnerable nations adapt to...