Study bolsters Exelon's push for state nuclear subsidies
Subsidies could be justified for two Exelon Corp. nuclear plants that represent a third of Illinois' carbon-free power if their financial troubles jeopardize the state's climate goals, according to a study commissioned by Gov. J.B. Pritzker's administration.
Transmission road map could help unlock renewables
For the first time in a decade, the grid operator for much of the central United States has put forward a long-range transmission road map calling for tens of billions of dollars in new projects to help states and utilities across the region boost renewables and reach their climate goals.
FERC urged to probe $2B Duke Energy deal
A coalition of consumer and environmental groups says Duke Energy Corp. should disclose more information about a previously announced deal to sell a 20% stake in its Indiana utility to an investment fund controlled by the Singaporean government.
Transmission could make or break Biden's clean energy plan
A pioneering high-voltage transmission project linking Iowa wind farms to Chicago is a model of how President Biden's $2 trillion infrastructure plan hopes to dramatically ramp up a clean energy transformation.
Midwest transmission morass: A 100% clean power warning?
Delays with a first-of-its-kind power line to move Midwest renewable energy underscore the challenges of building interregional transmission projects — the kind viewed as a necessary backbone for a zero-carbon grid.