Legislation Would Reduce the Carbon Footprint of Buildings

Buildings account for almost 40% of carbon dioxide (CO2 or carbon) emissions in the U.S. per year.1 Recent...

California Direct Access Lottery to Take Place in June

Editors Note: This blog post been updated for relevancy on June 4, 2019 titled “Applications for California Direct...

2019 Michigan State Reliability Mechanism Capacity Update

In December 2016, The Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) passed Public Act 341, which requires alternative electric suppliers...

Are Gas Prices Expected to Rise? A Look at the Future of Oil & Gas in a Changing Political Landscape

A recent Wall Street Journal article titled “Shale Companies, Adding Ever More Wells, Threaten Future of U.S. Oil...

States & D.C. Continue to Ramp Up Goals to Reduce Carbon Footprint

Legislation in D.C. Would Increase Renewable Energy Mandate Many states are taking the initiative to address climate challenges...

SB 237: Reopening the Doors for California Businesses Seeking Energy Choice

Legislation in California limits the number of commercial and industrial businesses who may select an energy supplier of...

2018 Michigan Energy Capacity Update

After the passage of comprehensive energy legislation in December 2016, the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) had interpreted...

Energy Resiliency: New Buzzword or New Normal?

Editor’s Note: This blog has been updated for relevancy on February 14, 2019 titled “Energy Resiliency in Federal...

Exelon Generation Files to Retire Mystic Generating Station in 2022, Absent Any Regulatory Solution

On March 29, Exelon Generation, a subsidiary of Exelon Corporation (NYSE: EXC), Constellation’s parent company, announced the planned...

Doubt for Northern Pass Transmission Project Causes Massachusetts to Select Alternate

It’s been a rollercoaster month for Eversource’s Northern Pass Transmission project. The new $1.6 billion transmission line is...