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#DCO_Energy and #Basalt_Infrastructure Partners Acquire Cogeneration Plant in Dover, #Delaware

DCO Energy and Basalt Infrastructure Partners Acquire Cogeneration Plant in Dover, Delaware MAYS LANDING, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 29, 2020– DB Energy Assets, LLC, a partnership of DCO Energy, LLC, and the second flagship Basalt fund “Basalt II,” announced today that it has acquired the natural gas fired 111 MW Energy Center Dover, LLC from Clearway Energy … Continue reading #DCO_Energy and #Basalt_Infrastructure Partners Acquire Cogeneration Plant in Dover, #Delaware

FERC greenlights PJM #reserve market overhaul, eyes synergy with capacity reforms

FERC greenlights PJM reserve market overhaul, eyes synergy with capacity reforms The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission May 21 voted 3-1 in favor of a PJM Interconnection proposal designed to more accurately value reserves but criticized by some as yet another measure to boost the revenues of struggling fossil fuel-fired generators. Commissioner Richard Glick, the sole … Continue reading FERC greenlights PJM #reserve market overhaul, eyes synergy with capacity reforms

#NJ Goes to Court to Fight Federal Order on Renewable Energy Sources

NJ Goes to Court to Fight Federal Order on Renewable Energy Sources State attorney general, Board of Public Utilities say energy regulator wants to ‘tip the scales’ away from clean fuels New Jersey on Monday appealed a federal order that would raise the price of renewable fuels used for power generation, saying the measure would … Continue reading #NJ Goes to Court to Fight Federal Order on Renewable Energy Sources

#Dominion Targets 24GW of Renewables and Storage in Move Toward #Virginia ’s Clean Energy Goals

Dominion Targets 24GW of Renewables and Storage in Move Toward Virginia’s Clean Energy Goals Utility Dominion Energy is planning a major shift toward renewable energy and batteries as it looks to comply with Virginia’s ambitious new clean energy law. Dominion Virginia’s new integrated resource plan (IRP), announced Friday, represents a potentially historic shift for the … Continue reading #Dominion Targets 24GW of Renewables and Storage in Move Toward #Virginia ’s Clean Energy Goals

#Dominion_Energy ‘s First Battery Storage Projects Approved

Dominion Energy’s First Battery Storage Projects Approved – Four pilots totaling 16 megawatts are largest projects of their kind in Virginia – Energy storage is key to grid reliability, continued solar and wind expansion, and net zero emissions – Grid Transformation & Security Act enables company to invest in 30 megawatts of battery storage RICHMOND, … Continue reading #Dominion_Energy ‘s First Battery Storage Projects Approved

Grid operators cancel travel, shift to remote meetings, as industry preps for broad #coronavirus absenteeism

Grid operators cancel travel, shift to remote meetings, as industry preps for broad coronavirus absenteeism Independent System Operators (ISO) and Regional Transmission Organizations (RTO) responsible for operating the nation’s electric grid are working to limit the spread of the coronavirus, as EEI signaled companies need to prepare to continue delivering electricity with a smaller workforce. … Continue reading Grid operators cancel travel, shift to remote meetings, as industry preps for broad #coronavirus absenteeism

S&P downgrades 2 PJM coal-fired power producers on likely default

S&P downgrades 2 PJM coal-fired power producers on likely default Ratings lowered on Longview Power, Chief Power Coal-fired plants include Longview, Keystone, Conemaugh New York — S&P Global Ratings on February 14 lowered the senior secured ratings of Longview Power LLC and Chief Power Finance LLC as the rating agency believes that the merchant power … Continue reading S&P downgrades 2 PJM coal-fired power producers on likely default

Sparks Fly In W.Va. Legislative Energy Committees Over Utility Solar Bill

Sparks Fly In W.Va. Legislative Energy Committees Over Utility Solar Bill A legislative proposal that would allow limited solar development by West Virginia’s two electric utilities has ignited intense debate in the energy committees of both the lower and upper houses of the state Legislature. Of debate are Senate Bill 583, “Creating program to further … Continue reading Sparks Fly In W.Va. Legislative Energy Committees Over Utility Solar Bill