27 Oct '17, 7pm

A Path for Reliability, Resilience and Affordability

A Path for Reliability, Resilience and Affordability

In response, today ACORE submitted comments to FERC emphasizing the important negative impacts of the proposal on renewable energy finance and on corporate sector energy use, two important areas of our work. We also published a new issue brief for our members that includes a set of recommendations which we believe would better promote electric power system reliability, resilience and affordability. To download this latest ACORE issue brief, click here . ACORE is also a signatory to two other sets of complementing comments developed with others in the renewable energy sector and broader energy industry, including the American Petroleum Institute (API) and several natural gas industry associations. Advanced, Renewable and Storage Energy Industry Associations Comments on the DOE NOPR Energy Industry Associations Comments on the DOE NOPR As for the next steps in the FERC proce...

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