Public Utilities Fortnightly sat down with Jim Robb, CEO of the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC), at the recent NARUC Summer Policy Summit to
The Inflation Reduction Act is now law. A lot of the enthusiasm about its enactment has to do with the $369 billion that will be
Most people don’t realize that almost half – some 93,000 megawatts (MW) – or more of the nation’s remaining coal fleet is scheduled to retire by 2030, unless steps are taken to limit coal retirements.
The Wall Street Journal article, “Heat Wave Sends Natural-Gas Prices Soaring” (July 21, 2022) looked primarily at pricing volatility, but alluded to a much larger
Electric reliability means being able to keep the lights on 24/7 and the air conditioner running. However, two-thirds of the country faces the prospect of
There is already a lot of information about MISO’s 10th Annual Planning Resource Auction (PRA) for 2022-2023, but we wanted to briefly offer our perspective on the auction and its aftermath and to highlight a serious issue that is not receiving the attention it deserves, the retirement of coal-fired generation.
Last November, America’s Power highlighted a column in West Virginia’s Exponent Telegram explaining the logic behind Senator Joe Manchin’s call to “innovate, not eliminate” any individual
Chairman of America’s Power Explains Why Grid Diversity, That Includes Coal, Should Help Shape Our Energy Future
“No source of electricity is infallible,” wrote CEO of Big Rivers Electric Corp. and chairman of America’s Power, Bob Berry, in his March 1 Wall Street Journal Letter
Affordable electricity is essential. One of the best ways to keep electricity prices affordable is to rely on a diverse mix of resources that includes