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New high-voltage power line will support growing EV industry in Ohio

FirstEnergy workers are building a new, high-voltage power line in Lordstown to accommodate the future energy needs of Ultium Cells LLC

Four US states to test their resilience during simulated grid emergency

GridEx provides an opportunity to test existing plans, identify gaps, and increase collaboration and communication between the public and private sectors.

Demand-side emission reduction key to meeting decarbonization goals, report says

New study from Brattle Group and Oracle shows utility customer action can be twice as impactful as current clean energy supply policies in reducing greenhouse gas emissions

PJM: Offshore wind and renewable targets could require $3.2 billion in grid upgrades

A new study by PJM estimates that up to $3.2 billion in grid upgrades could be needed to support offshore wind and states' renewable energy targets in the region by 2035.

Energy crunch hits global recovery as winter approaches

Power shortages are turning out streetlights and shutting down factories in China. The poor in Brazil are choosing between paying for food or electricity.

Guidehouse says utilities will spend billions on meter intelligence in next decade

Guidehouse says investments in inside-the-meter analytics will grow at a CAGR of 13.3%. Solutions for demand-side management and energy efficiency are expected to grow from approximately $1.6 billion in 2021 to nearly $5.4 billion in 2030. 

Could energy efficiency and demand response solve Texas’ energy woes?

A new report released last week by the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) outlines how better energy efficiency and a robust demand response program using distributed energy resources (DER) already on...

Arkansas utility to maximize smart meter value with Advanced Grid Analytics

US utility Woodruff Electric Cooperative, an energy provider to 20,000 members in Arkansas, has selected Landis+Gyr to maximise the performance and benefits of its advanced metering infrastructure (AMI).

Greece vows to link Egypt’s energy grid to European Union

Greece pledged Tuesday to link Egypt to the European Union’s energy market with an undersea cable that would carry electricity across the Mediterranean.
Net Zero Carbon vs Neutral Emissions

The cost of cutting Biden’s key climate program

Stripping the Clean Electricity Performance Program from a historic climate bill being considered by Congress would eliminate more than a third of potential emissions reductions, new analysis shows.