By: John Finnigan | America’s electric grid has not been updated since World War II when telephones, dishwashers, and air conditioning were the cutting-edge technology innovations of the century. Today, this same grid is struggling to cope with the technological
By: Renew Grid | Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, D-N.Y., recently announced that $3.3 million has been awarded to seven research teams to develop smart grid technologies that add resiliency and efficiency to New York State’s electric grid. “As we continue
By: JAY TIMMONS | The Keystone State is at the center of events that will impact our country’s future. Pennsylvania is producing a diverse energy mix, including shale gas and coal, that is driving a manufacturing comeback in the commonwealth
By: PostStarNews.com | A plan to modernize and strengthen the electric and natural gas delivery systems by investing in storm hardening, improving grid efficiency and updating critical infrastructure was proposed to state regulators today by Central Hudson Gas & Electric
By: Linda Sandler and Steven Church | Energy Future Holdings Corp. bowed to pressure from eight lender groups, ditching part of its $42 billion restructuring plan and inviting bids to refinance the unit that controls its prized Oncor electricity distributor.
By Jonathan N. Crawford | Spot wholesale electricity in markets from the East Coast to the Midwest slipped as consumption on the grids matched forecasts. Demand for electricity across PJM Interconnection LLC’s 13-state grid touched 110,326 megawatts at 3 p.m.
By: MARLENE KENNEDY | Local electric rates will jump by $155 million in the next three years unless New York reconsiders a plan to keep a 1950s-era coal-fired power plant operating in the Finger Lakes, ratepayers and their advocates claim
By: John Finnigan | The U.S. electric grid has not been updated since World War II when telephones, dishwashers, and air conditioning were the cutting-edge technology innovations of the century. Today, this same grid is struggling to cope with the
By: Scott Waldman | The state has proposed shutting down the Indian Point nuclear plant for up to three months a year to protect fish in the Hudson River. Indian Point provides 25 percent of New York City’s annual power
By: South Jersey Times | A federal government announcement on Thursday regarding leases for wind power projects off the New Jersey coast could be good news for Paulsboro. The Department of the Interior and the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management