Gas utilities face growing risks from a patchwork of local climate change policies
Eric Kuhle, Michael Sloan — 3 MIN. READ
In this Energy and Environment Breakfast, ICF International welcomes two industry experts who will address key questions playing out right now in New England, the PJM, and elsewhere—and with Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) oversight. Key questions include:
As coal and nuclear plants are retired, gas-electric interdependence is a major issue at peak times and to meet baseload power needs. What do state regulators—who have to approve retail electric and gas rates and the siting of new pipelines—have to say about these thorny questions?