PSEG announced it has entered into an agreement to sell its 467-MW Solar Source portfolio of 25 solar plants to Quattro Solar, an affiliate of LS Power. | PSEGRead More
FirstEnergy fired CEO Charles Jones and two others over an alleged bribery scandal in Ohio after two men pleaded guilty in the scheme. | FirstEnergyRead More
Exelon said that it will next year close two Illinois nuclear plants that face hundreds of millions of dollars of revenue shortfalls because of declining energy prices. | J.B. PritzkerRead More
NYISO will face a myriad of challenges in the coming decades as New York decarbonizes its economy and the power sector transitions to zero-emissions generation, stakeholders learned. | Brattle GroupRead More
Exelon told investors the company’s Illinois nuclear plants are “up against a clock,” with the state legislature unable to meet to consider proposals to withdraw from PJM’s capacity market.Read More
PSEG CEO Ralph Izzo said Monday it would be “logical” for New Jersey to abandon the PJM capacity market by adopting the fixed resource requirement option — a departure from the skepticism he expressed in February. | PSE&GRead More
PSEG CEO Ralph Izzo expressed skepticism that New Jersey utilities will abandon the PJM capacity market over the expanded minimum offer price rule. | PSEGRead More
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