Net Metering and Energy Storage See Significant FERC Support

Solar net metering saw a significant legal win this month, as the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) voted to [...]

Planned Law Could Unlock 4 GW of UK Storage Projects

The government’s Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy has drafted secondary legislation aimed at easing the construction of [...]

Victory for Wholesale Energy Storage, but Does Order 841 Allow FERC to Assault Net Metering?

Order 841 lets regional transmission operators create wholesale markets for energy storage — potentially including fleets of behind-the-meter storage [...]

US House Democrats Spell Out Climate, Clean Energy Priorities in Sweeping Plan

The net-zero-by-2050 roadmap calls for clean energy tax credits, transmission expansion and a more resilient grid. Democratic members of [...]

EU Needs 108 GW of Battery Storage for 2030 Climate Targets

The EU appears poised to roll out battery storage capacity to provide flexibility to systems with more variable renewables. [...]

U.S. Clean Energy Groups Jointly Commit To Reaching Majority Renewable Generation By 2030

Within a decade, more than half of the electricity generated in the U.S. will come from clean, renewable resources [...]

States and Utilities Should Not Have the Opt-Out of FERC Order 841

States and Utilities should not have the opt-out. Due to COVID-19, the D.C. Circuit of Appeals has delayed hearing [...]

Kosovo Preps 50 MW Solar Tender

The Balkan nation is planning a tender for 50 MW of utility scale solar capacity on a public-private partnership [...]

Recent Changes to California’s Self-Generation Incentive Program, Explained

A CPUC commissioner breaks down California’s attempt to help wildfire-vulnerable communities gain access to batteries. California’s Self-Generation Incentive Program [...]

Looming Grid Shortfall Prompts 2.5GW California Procurement Proposal

‘All-source’ reliability procurement for Southern California could open massive new market for renewables, batteries and demand response. State regulators [...]