The Big Questions Raised by PG&E’s Coming Bankruptcy

How will costs be spread? Are legacy solar and wind PPAs at risk? And how can California policymakers and [...]

Top 10 Utility Regulation Trends of 2018 – So Far

With half of 2018 already in the rearview mirror, we check in on the top public utility commission (PUC) [...]

Regulators Reject Dominion’s 100% Renewable Energy Plan in Virginia

Clean energy advocates called the decision “a victory” for customers and competition in the state. Virginia regulators have rejected [...]

Michigan Begins to Unroll New Energy Laws, Study Distributed Generation Costs

A two-year legislative process to reach compromise on wide-ranging energy bills in Michigan will now turn into a two-year [...]

US policy outlook for renewable energy

The United States went to the polls on November 6. President Obama was returned to another four years in [...]

Michigan Energy Michigan jobs pushes for RE measure

Supporters of a Michigan ballot measure that would require utilities to get more of their electricity from renewable sources [...]

Labor, business and government officials oppose renewable energy ballot

A combination of labor, business and government officials will launch their opposition to a proposed 25 percent statewide renewable [...]

UK policy will fail to reach carbon targets, says IEA

The U.K.’s energy policies may fail to deliver nuclear power and renewables needed for the nation to meet its [...]

Legislative wrap up: Energy stances on renewable investments, merger payback, opt-out fee for smart meters and state transmission ownership lost steam

The most prominent energy issues in the Vermont Legislature this year seem to be the ones that didn’t happen. [...]

CA: Solar advocate’s say Bradford bill will stunt solar growth

Renewable energy advocates, led by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), are opposing amendments to a utility-backed legislation being [...]