America’s Power Plan no one-size-fits-all solution

By Barbara Vergetis Lundin, Fierce Energy New technologies, consumer demand for more efficient energy, an aging grid, and reductions in the cost of renewables are all reshaping America’s electricity sector. Utilities, regulators and policy makers are all in a position […]

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The U.S. Electricity System Is at a Crossroads

By Eric Heitz, President of The Energy Foundation Game-changing new technologies, consumer demand for cleaner, more efficient energy, an aging and increasingly obsolete grid, dramatic reductions in the cost of renewables — these are among the many forces radically reshaping […]

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What is Driving the German Energy Transition?

Bentham Paulos, project manager of America’s Power Plan Germany has committed to perhaps the boldest energy transformation in the world.  With near unanimous political support, they adopted legislation in 2010 that sets ambitious targets for carbon reductions, renewable energy and […]

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Postcard from the Future: PJM

Demand response: A kilowatt saved is a kilowatt earned When demand for something rises and its price spikes, you might choose to buy less of it. When it’s on sale, you might stock up. It’s the kind of calculation people […]

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