Regulatory ruling leaves energy companies wondering what future holds
Should electricity customers have to keep paying extra each month to subsidize noncompetitive nuclear and coal plants?
Final tax law suspends energy cuts to Western states
Western states no longer have to worry about losing millions in energy royalties due to the high cost of the new tax package.
FERC proposes mandatory reporting of attempted cybersecurity compromises
 The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has proposed a revision of the Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Reliability Standards to enhance awaren
Europe’s power generation industry evolves
The European Union (EU) is unequivocally continuing down a path of global climate and energy leadership while bringing online more carbon-neutral fuel systems throughout its 28
FERC: Demand response fell 10 percent in power markets in 2016
A new analysis by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission concludes that in organized wholesale markets, demand response was called on to meet 5.7 percent of peak demand in 201
Trump's huge offshore drilling plan unlikely to spark a 'gold rush' for energy industry
The Trump administration made waves on Thursday by announcing it will open virtually all federal offshore waters to oil and gas drilling.
Germany energy consumers paid to use power over Christmas as supply outstrips demand
German energy consumers were paid to use power over the Christmas period, thanks to a slump in demand, warm weather and p
Tax overhaul breeds uncertainty for clean energy business
Lawyers and accountants in the renewable energy industry are poring over the details of the tax overhaul President Trump signed into law recently, trying to figure out what comp
Challenges galore for India’s clean energy industry
From yoga guru Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali Ayurved Ltd diversifying into solar equipment manufacturing to companies amassing dry powder to bid for a mammoth 100 gigawatt