Utility Dive: The Keystone State may have found the key to the next wave of transportation electrification

Posted by Herman Trabish on Jan 11, 2019

Utility Dive provides insight into how steps taken in Pennsylvania’s widely collaborative new EV initiative may serve as blueprint for other states. AEE perspective is included with comments by Market Development VP Matt Stanberry and reference to AEE’s recently released Regulatory Plan for America's Electric Transportation Future. See excerpts below and read the entire Utility Dive story here:

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Vox: Texas’s wind and sunlight complement each other exceptionally well. That’s huge for its grid.

Posted by Umair Irfan on Jan 8, 2019

Vox presents findings from a new Rice University study that shows solar and wind energy resources in Texas complement each other well. The piece dives into what is needed for the state to reimagine its power grid to leverage this power, and includes a reference to a Brattle Report produced for AEE Institute that estimated ERCOT could feasibly integrate 50 percent of renewables. See excerpts below and read the entire Vox story here.

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RTO Insider: Ailing Chair, Resilience Inquiry Topped FERC News in 2018

Posted by Rich Heidorn Jr. on Dec 30, 2019

RTO Insider reported on FERC commission activity, highlighting various perspectives as the new year of 2019 approaches. AEE’s view is included, quoting Dylan Reed, Head of Congressional Affairs as he noted the significant market opportunity in implementing Order 841 (energy storage) and the expected rule for distributed energy resources. See excerpts below and read the entire RTO Insider story here.

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Northern Nevada Business View: NV Energy’s $198 million renewable energy expansion approved

Posted by Geoff Dornan on Dec 24, 2018

Northern Nevada Business View reported on NV Energy’s three-year energy plan that was recently approved by the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada. AEE’s perspective is included, quoting Ray Fakhoury, State Policy Associate. See excerpts below and read the entire story here:

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Facility Executive (Column): Ease the Challenge of Navigating Energy Policy

Posted by Caitlin Marquis on Dec 18, 2018

Facility Executive published this column by Caitlin Marquis, AEE's manager of federal and state policy. Learn more about AEE’s Advanced Energy Buyers Group here. See column excerpts below and read the entire Dec. Facility Executive piece, including details about the four key takeaways and what to look for in 2019, here.

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RTO Insider (Opinion): Large Buyers — Don't Stop Our Renewable Energy Purchases

Posted by Jeff Dennis and Caitlin Marquis on Dec 17, 2018

RTO Insider published this perspective from AEE Advanced Energy Buyers Group's Caitlin Marquis and Jeff Dennis noting concerns about PJM Interconnection's latest proposal to address impacts of state policies on capacity prices. See excerpts below and read the entire RTO Insider piece here:
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The Hill: White House jumps into fight over energy subsidies

Posted by Timothy Cama on Dec 4, 2018

The Hill piece covers reactions to WH opposition to tax credits for electric cars and renewable energy in wake of GM’s recent plant closings announcement. including AEE’s perspective quoting Dylan Reed, Head of Congressional Affairs. Link to the full piece here.
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Breitbart: The Terminator insists U.S. will help battle climate change

Posted by Advanced Energy Economy on Dec 3, 2018

This piece published on Breitbart covers former California Governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger’s appearance at the UN climate summit where he discussed the economic benefits of advanced energy jobs. The California jobs fact sheet released by Advanced Energy Economy Institute is cited. Link to the Jobs Fact Sheet here.  Link to the full Breitbart piece here and see excerpts below:
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Washington Examiner: Trump's GM threats put electric vehicles at risk

Posted by Josh Siegel on Dec 1, 2018

This Washington Examiner piece looks at the implications of President Trump’s threat to General Motors Co.in retaliation for announced plant closings could have on the advancement of electric vehicles. AEE’s perspective is included, quoting Dylan Reed, Head of Congressional Affairs. Link to the full piece here.
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CIOReview: Utilities Lead the Way to Our Cloud Future

Posted by Advanced Energy Economy on Nov 30, 2018

CIOReview published this “CXO Insight” piece by Scott Neuman, a member of AEE’s Board of Directors, and Group Vice President, Global Presales, Regulatory & Sales Operations at AEE member company, Oracle. Link to the full piece here.
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