U.S. Department of Energy Dynamic Line Rating Report to Congress

Bruce Walker, Assistant Secretary of Energy for the Office of Electricity, delivered a report representing the United States Department of Energy’s response to the House Report (H. Rep. 115-697) and Conference Report (H. Rep. 115-929) accompanying the Energy and Water, Legislative Branch, and Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Appropriations Act, 2019 (P.L. 115-244). The Conference Report

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Joint Reply Comments from Grid Advancement Coalition in FERC Electric Transmission Incentives Policy Docket

18 organizations, including Americans for a Clean Energy Grid, filed joint reply comments with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) today in the Commission’s Electric Transmission Incentives Policy docket. Advanced Energy Economy, Alliance for Clean Energy New York, American Council on Renewable Energy, American Wind Energy Association, Americans for a Clean Energy Grid, Center for

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Diverse Transmission Stakeholders File Joint Reply Comments with FERC on Modernizing and Expanding the Electricity Grid

WASHINGTON, D.C. (August 26, 2019)—18 organizations, including Americans for a Clean Energy Grid, filed joint reply comments with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) today in the Commission’s Electric Transmission Incentives Policy docket. Advanced Energy Economy, Alliance for Clean Energy New York, American Council on Renewable Energy, American Wind Energy Association, Americans for a Clean

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Transmission: A Key Aspect of New Climate Policies

By Katie Wimsatt, Intern, David Gardiner and Associates Climate policy is back on the agenda. As polls have demonstrated public support for urgent climate action, members of the House, Senate, and presidential candidates have considered a host of different climate policies, some of which include investments to improve our electrical grid. Expanding, integrating, and modernizing

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Webinar – A Discussion of Superpower with Russell Gold and Michael Skelly, Facilitated by Katherine Hamilton

“Like Eisenhower, Skelly had a plan: He wanted to begin building a new power grid that could carry inexpensive renewable electricity from places such as the Oklahoma panhandle to the east and west. An electricity superhighway that would save customers money while reducing pollution and carbon emissions. An interstate system for electrons.” – Russell Gold,

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