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by Peter MaloneyAPPA NewsPosted June 3, 2020
The US energy storage market showed signs of strength in the first quarter, particularly residential energy storage installations, but displayed signs of incipient weakness that is likely to deepen in the second quarter, according to Wood Mackenzie and the U.S. Energy Storage Association’s (ESA) latest U.S. Energy Storage Monitor report.
by Paul CiampoliAPPA News DirectorPosted June 3, 2020
American Public Power Association members are being very thoughtful and deliberate in terms of planning for operations re-entry with the COVID-19 pandemic, keeping the safety of their workers front and center, as well as taking steps to protect their customers, said Desmarie Waterhouse, Vice President, Government Relations and Counsel, at...
The New York Power Authority sold more than $1.2 billion in bonds to finance capital expenditures related to the Power Authority’s transmission assets and other capital projects, NYPA reported on May 29.
by Paul CiampoliAPPA News DirectorPosted June 2, 2020
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on May 21 found that the reserve market design in the PJM Interconnection is unjust and unreasonable and conditionally accepted significant market changes that could cost consumers between $500 million and $2 billion annually.
by Paul CiampoliAPPA NewsPosted June 2, 2020
As part of its ongoing fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tennessee Valley Authority TVA has tapped the region’s distilleries that are converting liquor into undrinkable hand sanitizer and disinfectant spray. TVA has secured thousands of gallons of liquor-based cleaner and hand gels.