Regulators Step Up Scrutiny of Smart Meter Costs; Deployments at Risk

Consumer concerns take center stage in Smart Meter strategies

Natural Gas from Ohio, Mid-Atlantic Will Meet Gulf Coast Demand

EIA report says natural gas will continue to be the star of fossil fuels, while an expert says increased pipeline capacity is key for growth.

U.S. Natural Gas Production Hit a New Record High in 2018

U.S. natural gas production grew by 10.0 billion cubic feet per day…

More than 60% of Electric Generating Capacity Installed in 2018 Was Fueled by Natural Gas

Based on EIA’s December 2018 monthly electric generator inventory of utility-scale generation,…

Record U.S. Electricity Generation in 2018 Driven by Record Residential, Commercial Sales

U.S. net electricity generation increased by 4% in 2018, reaching a record…

A Tale of Three Winters

As always, the EIA offers us an interesting set of data that tells us a story both about how markets work, and what can happen if resources are allocated properly.

Updates in Renewable Portfolio Standards Increase Renewable Electricity Generation Requirements

Four states and the District of Columbia adjust their renewable portfolio standards upwards

EIA 2019 Energy Outlook: What Does It Mean for the Consumer? (Part 3)

Energy delivery costs set to increase over next thirty years.

EIA 2019 Energy Outlook: What Does It Mean for the Consumer? (Part 1)

The report contains eye-opening prognostications for the energy market over the next 30 years