Meet the staffers powering FERC's 2 new commissioners
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's two newest members have tapped a range of advisers — including agency veterans and a few fresh faces — to help steer their work during the Biden administration.
How Richard Glick may drive 100% clean energy plan
President Biden's decision yesterday to tap Richard Glick as the top federal energy regulator puts the former Senate staffer at the forefront of implementing the administration's goal of decarbonizing the electric sector in the next 15 years.
FERC deals setbacks to gas projects, grid orders
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission delivered blows yesterday to a number of natural gas projects that had been Trump administration priorities, including the controversial Jordan Cove liquefied natural gas export facility off the Oregon coast.
Big renewables buyers call for power market reforms
The expansion of competitive wholesale power markets is critical for enabling companies like Amazon.com Inc. and Apple Inc. to make bigger purchases of renewable energy, according to a new report by a group of corporate energy users.
Contested market rule at issue as Danly's chairmanship ends
Top Republican energy regulator James Danly is set to preside over the last Federal Energy Regulatory Commission meeting of the Trump administration next week, taking up several pipeline and grid measures on the eve of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration.