Exelon to Split Tx, Generation Businesses

Exelon will separate its regulated transmission and distribution utilities from its merchant power generation business. | Exelon

New York’s policy makers are hearing from a wide range of organizations and communities insisting on a just and thoughtful transition to cleaner energy. | NYDPS

National Grid is participating in research to determine how to convert existing gas networks to support hydrogen that could be used for home heating. | Shutterstock

New York’s push to electrify transportation will require a “massive” job training effort and public policies focused on putting more EVs on the road, experts said. | NYSERDA

Long Island, N.Y., has the potential solar capacity to produce more electricity than it needs, but there are a couple of barriers to making that potential a reality. | Long Island Solar Roadmap

Con Edison’s 2020 profits were down 18% from the previous year because of lower C&I demand during the COVID-19 pandemic and costs from Tropical Storm Isaias. | Con Ed

FERC reversed its decision not to exempt commercial demand response programs from NYISO’s BSM rules. | NYISO

New York officials told stakeholders the state hopes to adopt medium- and heavy-duty zero emission vehicle standards by the end of the year. | Shutterstock

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