Regulation

Interview
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Regulation
Corporates

Can Google’s clean transition tariff remake utility incentives?

Global head of energy market development Caroline Golin on the novel rate structure, a Fervo deal, and Google’s plans for scale

Opinion
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Grid edge
Regulation

Unbound wildfire liability is a cost the US can’t afford

Utility wildfire mitigation plans aren’t enough.

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Analysis
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Grid edge
Regulation

Outgoing FERC commissioner pushes long-term grid planning

Order 1920 is out. But it’s just one piece of the “Rubik’s cube” of grid planning needed to protect customers and reliability, Clements said.

As higher tariffs on China loom, the U.S. has enough batteries on its own

A new report found that U.S. battery supply will meet demand by 2030, though EV manufacturing will still need to grow.

News
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Solar
Regulation

At long last, technology-neutral tax credits are here

The rework of the credits is the IRA's "single most consequential and beneficial change," said EDP Renewables' Inurreta Acero.

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Opinion
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Hydrogen
Regulation

Worried about hourly matching? Why your local utility may be the answer

While critics suggest a need to delay 45V implementation, first-mover utilities are stepping up to provide support.

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Commentary
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Grid edge
Regulation

New York's new DER program isn't FERC 2222-compliant — and for now that's okay

It unlocks opportunities for DER participation today, but sets the state up for a challenging path to 2026.

Opinion
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Regulation
Grid edge

FERC just unveiled its transmission rules. But more remains to be done.

Why a multifaceted approach is needed to accelerate the interconnection queue.

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Interview
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Regulation
U.S. market

After fifty years, time-of-use rate tariffs are gaining traction

For decades, time-of-use pricing lived in pilot purgatory. But electric vehicles changed that.

News
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Hydrogen
Regulation

Top steel producer threatens to ditch US hydrogen plans over 45V rules

The U.S. hydrogen industry is awaiting final rules on production tax credits, but remains split on key details.

Analysis
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U.S. market

What to know about final IRS guidance on tax credit transfers

Treasury’s final rules governing credit sales mostly rebuffed requests to make the market more liquid.

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DOE moves to streamline transmission permitting

In a bid to clear the transmission queue, new final rules impose changes including a two-year deadline for federal permitting.

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Interview
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AI
Regulation

How HData is reshaping the energy regulatory filing landscape

Founder and CEO Hudson Hollister on AI’s potential to simplify energy data.

Opinion
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Hydrogen
Regulation

Why hourly matching for green hydrogen is no simple fix

Breaking down the vigorous debate over Treasury's proposed 45V tax credit guidance

The Carbon Copy
Podcast
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Hydrogen
Regulation

The Latitude: Could government rules mess with green hydrogen's growth?

The industry in the U.S. is split over whether new requirements will prevent projects from penciling out.