In the second piece of a two-part series, Howard Schneider makes suggestions on how to improve communications between PJM and the states within the existing structure.
Above all else, coordination is needed between state regulators and PJM. All parties are attempting to sustain a reliable, functioning grid and competitive electricity markets to promote the economic viability and well-being of the customers serviced in the particular state, and from PJM’s viewpoint, over the entire PJM area. The states are vital components of that endeavor and everything should be done to ensure that their voices are heard and taken into consideration.
Clean hydrogen has a serious demand problem
In this article published in Canary Media, CRA Energy consultants are quoted discussing the demand for clean hydrogen in the US market following the Inflation...