Study Finds U.S. Energy Consumption May Increase by More Than 50% by 2050

Climate change will raise temperatures and consumers will use up to 58% more energy but the grid will have to change to meet the demand.

Policy Dominates Q2 Grid Modernization Action

Data indicates more than one in four actions taken toward grid modernization in the U.S. were policy creation or modification.

Fuel Cells Generate $55 Million Tax Break for $1 Billion Connecticut Data Center

Powered by fuel cells, $1 billion data center stands to be the world’s biggest facility of its kind at 45,000 square feet.

Record Temperatures and Demand Push Texas Prices past $9,000/MWh

Searing temperatures swept across Texas this past weekend, sending wholesale electricity prices past $9,000 per megawatt-hour (mWh) as demand soared.

USDA Approves $181 Million in Funding for Rural Electricity Projects

Influx of money will upgrade existing infrastructure, including updating existing power lines, build new lines and invest in smart technology.

Research Firm Reveals 55 Instances of Inaccurate Capacity Data Sent to ERCOT

Data errors raise questions about how often mistakes occur and what the ramifications are for ratepayers, power generators and energy traders.

SSE’s Sell off to Ovo Would Usher in ‘New Era’ for U.K. Energy Market

Talks of U.K. energy giant SSE selling off their energy services division — and 5.7 million customers– would be a major game-changer across the pond.

Broker Alert: Sept. 1 Deadline to Register with Texas PUC

Governor who signed bill June 15 says it gives Texas ratepayers a layer of protection from unregistered brokers.

Billions in Savings at Stake with Energy Choice Under Seige in Ohio

NOPEC says attempts to derail competition and eliminate consumers’ rights to choose their energy suppliers will be costly and undermine years of progress.