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Latest 50 States of Grid Modernization Report Released

Last week, the North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center (NCCETC) released its third quarter 50 States of Grid Modernization report (Q3 Grid Modernization Report).  Following on NCCETC’s first and second quarter reports, the Q3 Grid Modernization Report notes that during the … Continue reading

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PJM Issues Report on CPP Compliance

Earlier this month, PJM released a report analyzing the Clean Power Plan’s impact on electricity economics and reliability.  The report analyzed seven different compliance pathways and found that PJM would be able to both achieve the CPP’s CO2 emissions reduction … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Says Maryland’s Program to Encourage Generation is Preempted

Yesterday, April 20, 2016, the Supreme Court issued its opinion in Hughes v. Talen Energy Marketing, LLC.*  The Court unanimously found that Maryland’s program was not permissible under the Federal Power Act (FPA).  Justice Ginsburg, writing for the Court, affirmed … Continue reading

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PJM Presents Reference Model for Clean Power Plan Analysis

PJM’s Clean Power Plan Analysis Modeling Plan set out the Regional Transmission Organization’s ideas for analyzing economic and reliability impacts of the Clean Power Plan.  At this point the analysis will not be used to inform specific transmission upgrades.  It … Continue reading

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A Peek Into MISO and PJM CPP Modeling Efforts

Last week, PJM released an updated Draft Modeling Analysis, informed by input it received from the Organization of PJM States, Inc.  PJM notes that the analysis will not be used to inform specific transmission upgrades, but rather “should be used … Continue reading

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