FERC tackles the thorny problem of interstate transmission planning.
After New Orleans passed the first clean energy standard in the Gulf South, a city leader is pushing for a more renewable-friendly and reliable grid.
Western states look to regional transmission organizations to boost clean energy's pathways to market
Bills in Nevada and Colorado would set a 2030 target for utilities to join regional transmission organizations.
A new report outlines how EVs and building electrification will pose challenges for the country’s geographically largest grid operator.
An ACEG report finds that interstate transmission projects could drive 1.2 million jobs and increase wind and solar capacity by 50 percent. A new $8.25 billion federal loan commitment could help.
High-voltage lines buried along road and rail rights of way could carry renewable power across the U.S. — if a lot of novel challenges can be overcome.
President Biden and Democrats in Congress home in on support for hard-to-build transmission as a linchpin for meeting clean energy goals.