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Utility Dive: Colorado Legislators Direct All Transmission Utilities to Join an Organized Wholesale Market by 2030

Posted by Emma Penrod on Jun 8, 2021

Utility Dive summarized Colorado’s decision to require transmission utilities to join a regional wholesale power market by 2030, citing comments from AEE’s Emilie Olson. Read snippets below and the full article here.

A bipartisan bill requiring all Colorado transmission utilities to join an organized wholesale market by 2030 cleared the Colorado legislature last Thursday, drawing praise from both advocates and utilities.

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Topics: AEE In The News

Utility Dive: With Biden headed to the White House, solar advocates aim to turn wish lists into practical policy goals

Posted by Emma Penrod on Nov 18, 2020

Utility Dive covered the potential changes to solar energy policy under a Biden administration, quoting AEE's J.R. Tolbert. Read excerpts below and the full piece here.

With Biden set to assume office in January pending certification of the election results, SEIA and other solar advocates have begun to hash out their plans for the next four years, including actions they hope to see in early 2021...

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Topics: AEE In The News

Utility Dive: Election 2020: States accelerated renewables under Trump. Could a Biden win slow that?

Posted by Emma Penrod on Oct 29, 2020

Utility Dive reported on impacts of a Biden presidency on the renewable energy sector on the state level, quoting AEE's JR Tolbert. Read excerpts below and the full piece here.

The bipartisan push in favor of more renewable energy deployment at the state level could evaporate under a Biden administration that may lean toward federal mandates, experts say. In 2018, Colorado was among a handful of states where energy and climate policy headlined state elections and led to Democrats seizing control of the state house, senate and governor's office. This year will be different.

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Topics: AEE In The News

Utility Dive: Biden win could double annual solar deployments, increase financial impacts to utility customers — S&P

Posted by Emma Penrod on Oct 28, 2020

Utility Dive covered a recent S&P report on the impact of a Biden presidency on clean energy in the U.S., quoting AEE's J.R. Tolbert. Read excerpts below and the entire piece here.

A victory by the Biden administration could nearly double the annual rate of solar deployment in the U.S., according to a new report by S&P Global Ratings, but the presidential candidate's pragmatic approach to the nation's ongoing energy transition could result in a more gradual implementation to minimize financial impacts to customers.

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Topics: AEE In The News