Hundreds of commenters – including power companies, elected officials, environmental groups, labor groups, market operators, and trade associations – have weighed in on the NOPR.
Join former commissioners from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and stakeholders as we unpack the proposed grid reliability and resiliency pricing rule under consideration at FERC.
While not all meeting participants supported the EPA’s regulation, they nonetheless came together to plan ahead and consider different implementation pathways.
Under the leadership of Sens. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) and Maria Cantwell (D-WA), the Energy Policy Modernization Act passed out of the Senate Energy Committee.
BPC will host a workshop to delve into the details of designing and implementing an RSV and/or RAM, and FERC’s potential role in implementing these mechanisms.
BPC hosted a workshop to delve into the details of designing and implementing an RSV and/or RAM, and FERC’s potential role in implementing these mechanisms.
On May 29th, 2014, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) released a proposal that would change DOE’s decision-making process for liquefied natural gas (LNG) export permit applications to countries that do not have free-trade agreements with the United States. Under the proposed procedures, DOE would review LNG export projects based on the order in which applicants complete their respective environmental reviews. This represents a major change from current procedures where DOE reviews export applications based predominantly on the order in which they are received, which is typically before environmental reviews are completed.
The New American System
By Jim Manzi, National Affairs
“There is much talk in Washington now about the need for a new era of American innovation to help us break out of an economic rut. But there is far less understanding of the ways in which these cycles of innovation and stagnation have worked, and so of what might be required to revive our economic prospects. By seeing how we’ve managed, time and again, to remake America into an engine of innovation and prosperity, we can better understand the nature of the challenge we now face, the character of the opportunities we may have for addressing it, and the kinds of responses that are most likely to work.”