PJM forecasts peak demand at around 134,000 MW this winter and has more than 187,000 MW of resources that includes natural gas, coal, nuclear, hydropower, wind, solar and other resources
PG&E filed for bankruptcy in January to deal with an estimated $30 billion in liabilities from wildfires that its equipment may have ignited in 2017 and 2018, including a wildfire last November that essentially wiped out the Northern California town of Paradise and killed 85 people.
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas anticipates there will be sufficient installed generating capacity available to serve system-wide forecasted peak demand this winter and in spring 2020.
Power generator and energy storage firm AES Corp. is expanding its alliance with Google to further develop renewable energy and digital transformation of the grid.
Newsom also reiterated the state would consider a potential takeover of the utility if the bankruptcy is not resolved by June 30.
Combination utilities account for over half of the more than 400,000 endpoints served.
Pattern Energy has a portfolio of 28 renewable energy projects with an operating capacity of 4.4 GW in the United States, Canada and Japan. With a long history in wind energy, Pattern Development has developed, financed and placed into operation more than 4,000 MW of wind and solar power projects.
Firefighters have contained 70% of the blaze, which has burned nearly 15 square miles of dry brush and timber. Three buildings were destroyed.
In addition to an executive board, the company will have an expanded international management team, the group management committee.
In Pennsylvania, Delaware County Emergency Management Director Tim Boyce told WPVI-TV on Friday that eight homes were destroyed and dozens were damaged. The National Weather Service was considering sending a survey team to the area to determine if a tornado had touched down.