TEPA Remembers Retail Energy Pioneer Dr. Phil O’Connor

Competitive retail energy pioneer and giant in Illinois government honored for a life lived in service to the industry, his country and to others.

Research: 6 Million Solar Homes Equals 4.4 Million Cars off the Road

Environment Texas released its report on the value of solar, but says lack of understanding from legislators deters grid and societal benefits.

Op-Ed: Principles That Should Guide Final Version of NJ’s Energy Master Plan

‘The enormity of the work required to move the energy master plan from vision to implementation can’t be overstated’
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The Future Energy Jobs Act Is off Track

Illinois agency warns that state is not on track to meet renewable power goals.

Cuomo Signs Historic Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act

Legislation calls for aggressive carbon-free electricity goals, significant reduction in greenhouse gases while generating more than $3.2 billion in economic activity.

NARUC to FERC: You Can’t Deny States’ Rights to Manage Energy Storage

Energy regulators say that FERC’s Order 841 goes beyond the organization’s “jurisdiction, authority or power.”

The Number of Electric Utility Rate Cases Increased in 2018

In 2018, the aggregated value of utility-rate increase requests was $6.8 billion, and regulators approved a total increase of $2.8 billion.

Gov. Cuomo Demands PSC Investigate Manhattan Blackout

Massive heat-related outages in New York City prompt governor to call for an investigation into the incident.

Consumers Energy Approves over 125 Rebates for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Throughout Michigan

PowerMIDrive Launches Website for Customers to Compare Vehicle Costs.