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PJM Defends Dominion FRR Filing

PJM Defends Dominion FRR Filing

PJM defended its handling of Dominion Energy’s decision to opt out of the May 19 capacity auction, asking FERC to reject a complaint by LS Power. | Dominion Energy

Xcel Energy CEO Fowke to Retire

Xcel Energy said that Ben Fowke will retire after 10 years as CEO and having turned the company into one of the nation’s largest providers of wind energy. | Xcel Energy

Nevada Sen. Chris Brooks introduced a wide-ranging energy bill that would expand transmission and boost availability of EV charging. | NRDC

The Mass. Department of Energy Resources wants to make changes to the state's original solar REC program to save ratepayers money. | Shutterstock

The energy industry needs a federal investment tax credit specifically for transmission, according to a report by the American Council on Renewable Energy. | ACEG

MISO said it will make a first attempt at a long-term resource forecast, taking into account members' evolving resource mix over a 20-year timeframe. | MISO

More uniformity in transmission planning standards and broader considerations of benefits are needed, officials said at the EBA’s annual meeting. | Energy Bar Association

Four former FERC commissioners discussed the direction of the commission under President Biden during a panel at the Energy Bar Association annual meeting. | Energy Bar Association

Beth Garza and Peter Cramton briefed the NECA on lessons Northeastern stakeholders could take from ERCOT's experience during the February winter storm. | NECA

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