FERC should issue a deficiency letter to New England ISO on Order 2222

Even though the New England ISO has seven market participation models for aggregating DERs fairly, FERC should issue a deficiency letter because none of those models work due to the high cost of metering implementation.

FERC should grant Voltus petition for a technical conference on Order 2222

Independent System Operator (ISO) compliance plans for FERC Order 2222 are on their last stretch, with PJM and ISO-NE filing coming up here in February and MISO and SPP plans due in April. Voltus, an energy aggregator, petitioned FERC for a technical conference on these compliance plans. Stakeholders have until February 7th to support the need for this conference.

FERC should act on these 3 issues in 2022

FERC has opened several lines of inquiry into building the future grid. But FERC needs to do more in 2022.
Community Resilience Hub in Petersburg, VA. Photo shared by Queen Zakia Shabazz.

Clean Energy Groups Technical Assistance Fund: 2021 Year-in-Review

At the end of each year Clean Energy Group assesses our largest regrant program, the Resilient Power Technical Assistance Fund. This year-in-review blog overviews projects, successes, lessons learned and goals for the new year.

Energy justice and local solar go hand-in-hand

Local energy resources have the potential to equitably distribute the benefits of clean energy in a way that provides jobs, resilience and savings to communities left out of our century-old electricity grid.

Emera Technologies microgrid in a box receives green light from UL

The fire safety certification is a significant milestone that means Emera can now sell the solution to other utilities.    
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Australia tests residential solar+storage as a virtual power plant

Project Symphony will investigate the use of distributed energy resources in Western Australia’s energy market.

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