Utilities - September 13, 2019
The results of a survey conducted by PwC among more than 130 utility executives show that there is a move towards becoming a "Utility Platform Player," or an integrator and connector in a more expanded role at the center of this new energy economy.
Sourcing Renewables - September 6, 2019
Intel and Google are among the U.S. Environmental Agency's (EPA) Green Power Leadership Award (GPLA) program winners, companies recognized for advancing the nation's voluntary green power market. Google received the award for Green Power Partner of the Year and Intel for Sustained Excellence in Green Power.
Energy Efficiency - August 28, 2019
While we look forward to the 2020 edition of the Innovation Summit, set for March 9-11 in Houston, it's a good time to explore highlights from the 2019 event. This Insights report, part of our continuing series, offers excerpts from each general session to give you a taste of the thought-provoking content, as well as the spirit of collaboration in evidence throughout the event.
Utilities - August 23, 2019
The State Corporation Commission (SCC) of Virginia issued an order on August 21 that Virginia Electric and Power Company (Dominion) must immediately resume processing enrollment requests for customers who wish to purchase energy from Direct Energy Business or Calpine.
Sourcing Renewables - July 22, 2019
Black Hills Energy announced the Wyoming Public Service Commission (WPSC) has approved its voluntary renewable energy subscription program, the Renewable Ready Service Tariff, which is aimed at large commercial and industrial businesses and governmental agencies.
Utilities - July 17, 2019
The Georgia Public Service Commission on July 16 finalized Georgia Power Company’s 2019 Integrated Resource Plan (IRP), increasing the required amount of renewable energy procurement to 2,210 megawatts, more than double the utility’s initial recommendation to add 1,000 megawatts by 2022.
Sourcing Renewables - July 17, 2019
National Grid, an investor-owned utility, has completed its $100 million acquisition of Geronimo Energy, a leading wind and solar developer in North America. The acquisition was made through its competitive non-regulated unit, National Grid Ventures