The American public has the opportunity to influence the Administration’s Quadrennial Energy Review. Please read through the following to see how you can provide public or written comment in any number of cities throughout the Summer months. Initiated in the opening days of 2014, the Department of Energy (DOE) and other agencies are now significantly
Americans for a Clean Energy Grid released a statement in support of the U.S. Department of Energy’s efforts to modernize the nation’s transmission system and ensure more competitive electricity markets.
Starting this week, DOE and the Western Area Power Administration are hosting public meetings to gather on-the-ground input vital to efforts to achieve a more secure and sustainable electric sector in the western United States.
Secretary of Energy Steven Chu recently released a memorandum directing the four federal Power Marketing Administrations (PMAs) to upgrade and modernize their aging transmission infrastructure to make it more secure, efficient, and reliable. The four- step plan will help these regions to more strategically plan and upgrade their grids, enabling them to integrate cheaper, cleaner power.
Today, Wisconsin Public Service Commissioner Lauren Azar informed Governor Scott Walker and Public Service Commission Chairman Phil Montgomery of her resignation from the Public Service Commission to work as Senior Advisor to Secretary Steven Chu at the United States Department of Energy in Washington, D.C. “It has been a great honor to serve the people
The U.S. Department of Energy released its 2011 Strategic Plan on Wednesday, May 10th. The plan is a comprehensive roadmap for America’s energy future that examines the need to invest in the United States’ energy infrastructure to transition away from the fossil fuels of the past to the clean, renewable fuels of the future. The