Two local media outlets, Bleeding Heartland and IowaPolitics.com, have covered the upcoming NCETI event this Thursday.
SAVE THE DATE October 21, 2010 Des Moines Public Library 9:00am – 3:30pm Expanding and Modernizing the Electrical Grid: Essential Infrastructure for the Midwest’s Clean Energy Future Featuring Speakers Tom Harkin United States Senate and Roya Stanley Iowa Office of Energy Independence The Energy Future Coalition, in cooperation with the Iowa Environmental Council, ITC Holdings,
NCETI submitted comments on the recent Federal Energy Regulatory Commission transmission planning and cost allocation notice of proposed rulemaking.
An interesting article in Intelligent Utility reviews a number of the research and development (R&D) priorities facing transmission and renewable power development. One of those priorities is maximizing the capacity and efficiency of the existing grid. Given the levels of congestion already occurring in many parts of the grid, it will be impossible to add
Sustainable Business Oregon recently published an article highlighting NCETI’s Portland, Oregon Clean Energy Transmission Forum held on July 14, 2010. To read the article, click here.
I recently wrote an article for Sustainable Business Oregon that you might be interested in reading. In it, I discuss the need for additional transmission lines to link renewable energy sources from the point of generation (which is usually located far from American cities) to the homes and businesses that use the electricity. New transmission
Jeff Stein works with David Gardiner & Associates in Washington, DC. Recent threats to our electric grid, along with numerous studies, have highlighted the possibility of attacks on our electric grid infrastructure and the need for stronger grid defense. Just as the balkanization of transmission policies, specifically siting and cost allocation, inhibit our potential to
The Energy Future Coalition’s National Clean Energy Transmission Initiative (NCETI), along with the Renewable Northwest Project, Climate Solutions, and the Northwest Energy Coalition, hosted a conference last Wednesday in Portland, Oregon focused on the issues of, and potential solutions to, the development of clean energy transmission within the United States. The conference highlighted the importance