Daniel Belin, director – Electric Transmission, Ecology & Environment, Inc., said that the Great Northern Transmission Line’s success stemmed from creating efficiency through three elements: pre-application legwork by the applicant; agency cooperation; and environmental impact statement (EIS) team communication.
Lee Olivier, Eversource executive vice president for Enterprise Energy Strategy and Business Development, noted that there have been a number of developments involving the Northern Pass project since the company’s last earnings call in May.
During the company’s 2Q16 earnings call, Fortis President and CEO Barry Perry also said that across the business, Fortis has invested, managed and advanced key projects to drive growth in its portfolio.
FirstEnergy President and CEO Charles Jones said July 29 that the company is making good progress on transferring much of its wires assets into a stand-alone transmission subsidiary, Mid-Atlantic Interstate Transmission, LLC.
For immediate release | July 28, 2016 FOLSOM, Calif. – California Independent System Operator (ISO) reported today that the western Energy Imbalance Market (EIM) yielded $23.6 million in benefits in the second quarter of […]
A wholly-owned subsidiary of FuelCell Energy filed a July 21 petition with the Connecticut Siting Council for a declaratory ruling that a Certificate of Environmental Compatibility and Public Need is not required for a 3.7-MW fuel cell combined heat and power facility. […]
PJM Interconnection notified the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission of the cancellation of an executed Wholesale Market Participation Agreement from 2014 with Millstone Solar LLC and interconnecting transmission owner Jersey Central Power & Light. […]