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Enviros, Others Sue FERC to Undo Costly Power Market Rule

Enviros, Others Sue FERC to Undo Costly Power Market Rule

Enviros Look to Court to Undo Costly Electricity Market Rule

NRDC—together with the Sierra Club, Union of Concerned Scientists, and Earthjustice—today initi

PJM’s New Rules Skew Against Clean Energy; Silver Lining in a Lower Forecast

At a time when countries around the world have committed to cutting climate-warming pollution, our nation’s largest electric grid operator is increasing reliance on fossil-fueled power to meet future electricity demand.

What's the (Demand) Forecast? More Energy Efficiency on the Radar

Accurately forecasting electricity demand is critical to ensuring that grid operators plan for adequate generation and transmission but do not over-procure or over-build, which can lead to overcharging electricity customers.

Auction Shows Mid-Atlantic/Midwest Consumers Will Pay More and For Dirtier Electricity Under New Rule

PJM, the grid operator serving 61 million energy customers in the Mid-Atlantic and Midwest, has released its latest "capacity" auction

New Transmission Lines Needed to Achieve Clean Power Goals May Be Less Than Required for Business as Usual

Recently released details of a Department of Energy (DOE) study confirm that the amount of new transmission lines we need in order to ach

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