Event Highlight – Building the Grid of the Future: A Discussion of Transmission Reform

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is preparing for a massive overhaul of its approach to the transmission grid. The initial comment period for its advanced notice of proposed rulemaking closed on October 12; many state attorneys general submitted comments. Our webinar last month featured an overview of the proposal from Liz Salerno, the Lead for Transmission and Technology Initiatives for Chairman Glick, followed by a panel discussion about how the proceeding relates to state clean energy goals, customer costs, environmental justice, and more. Watch the Webinar >>

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In the Media

Energy companies urge FERC to throw out 'unlawful' grid rule
E&E News, by Miranda Willson, 10/6/21

The Biden Administration Can Learn From Trump-Era Court Losses
Bloomberg Law, by Bethany Davis Noll, 9/29/21

PennEast cancels natural gas pipeline project; cites lack of environmental permits from N.J.
WHYY PBS/NPR, by Susan Phillips, 9/27/21

Biden’s FERC pick may be a tipping point on clean energy
E&E News, by Miranda Willson, 9/10/21

'Solid' Biden Vehicle Emission Proposal Still Open to Lawsuits
Bloomberg Law, by Jennifer Hijazi, 8/6/21

Trump Executive Action Legal Losses Threaten Biden Climate Goals
Bloomberg Law, by Jennifer Hijazi, 7/20/21

The DER future is nearly here? Stuck in the weeds on Order No. 2222 implementation
Utility Drive, by Hampden T. Macbeth and Jessica R. Bell, 7/15/21

California AG to SEC: Don't Let Public Companies Keep Investors 'In the Dark' About Climate 
The Hill, by Saul Elbein and Sharon Udasin, 6/29/21

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