Energy firms battle startups to wire Europe's highways for electric cars
The battle over how and where Europeans charge their electric cars is expanding from the continent’s cities to its motorways.
Baseload compensation a high priority for FERC, Chatterjee tells Congress
Perceived threats to the reliability of the bulk power system could push federal energy regulators to take action to support baseload generators, the chairman of the Federal Ene
The national debate unfolding over PURPA and solar power
Several states have recently changed their PURPA rules. Here’s how it’s affecting the U.S. solar market.
California's goal: An electricity grid moving only clean energy
California lawmakers are considering a future without the use of fossil fuels to generate electricity, a step that would boost the renewable energy industry and expand the scope
Harvey floods U.S. refineries, roils global fuel markets
Tropical Storm Harvey further damaged the heart of the U.S. energy industry on Aug. 30, churning into Louisiana after flooding the biggest U.S.
Pipeline emissions ruling sets new bar for FERC approvals
Pipeline-sector observers are watching whether a U.S.
FERC chairman 'carefully considering' grid study's recommendations
The nation's top electric grid watchdog is carefully considering the recommendations made in the Energy Department's grid study issued late Aug.
Federal court ruling could delay major natural gas pipeline projects
A recent federal court ruling could delay major pipeline projects planned to move Marcellus Shale natural gas to new markets. On Aug. 22, the U.S.