The Michigan Public Service Commission today accepted, subject to their inclusion in a final order, segments of Upper Peninsula Power Co.'s integrated resource plan while also recommending changes to the plan that marks the utility’s long-range strategy for meeting its customers’ electricity needs.
Rooftop solar panels and home battery systems could play a significant role in balancing the nation’s electric grid, but federal regulators need to adopt policies to help make that happen, according to a clean energy group’s recent report.
Illinois’ low-income electric customers are using less of the state’s costliest and dirtiest power than their higher-income counterparts, a new study shows.
The system’s summer peak demand forecast was reviewed during the April 23 Summer Readiness Workshop, a part of MISO’s reliability planning efforts
Starwood is acquiring the 325-MW combined cycle Garrison Energy Center in Delaware and the 503-MW RockGen Energy Center peaker facility in Wisconsin.