Latest Past Events

The State of Transmission in the New Year

On January 31, ACEG hosted a webinar to discuss the state of transmission in the new year. As policy around transmission and energy has moved at a breakneck pace, we took a moment at the beginning of the year to take stock of where we are and why further progress in transmission policy remains a […]

The Conservative Case for Transmission

On December 12, ACEG and the Rainey Center hosted a webinar to discuss the conservative case for transmission. Nearly all elements of modern life depend on reliable electricity, and the U.S. grid needs much more capacity to combat rising costs, prevent outages, and ensure everyone can access sustainable, domestic energy. Panelists discussed the benefits of […]

Transmission Time: The Role of State Transmission Authorities

Across the country, several state legislatures have formed “transmission authorities” to help facilitate the siting and financing of new lines. These entities can help states develop the transmission needed to connect new resources and ensure reliable, low-cost electricity for all their residents. In this webinar, leaders of transmission authorities from Colorado, New Mexico and North […]