Electric Resilience to Get FERC-level Attention. But Not the Way the Trump Administration Hoped

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The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) ruled Monday that it will make energy resilience “a priority” -- but not in the way U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry had requested. The commission rejected the energy secretary's assertion that retirement of coal and nuclear plants threatens electric resilience. Instead FERC plans to look at … [Read more...]

Small Power, Big Grid: NRDC Series on Distributed Energy and Transmission

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NRDC's Allison Clements looks at the relationship between distributed energy and transmission in this excerpt from her blog series on the topic. Clements says that a huge opportunity exists in the U.S. to save money and reduce emissions by capturing distributed energy in regional load forecasting. To ensure reliable and affordable service to … [Read more...]