Critics argue that a federal regulator’s failure to address climate change clashes with the goal of efficient markets.
Differences between federal and state energy regulations will likely require judicial intervention.
Data show that geography and party affiliation predict state agencies’ pushback against federal policies.
Revising FERC’s open access tariff rules would reverse 40 years of progress.
D.C. Circuit holds federal energy regulators must consider pipeline project’s impact on climate change.
A divided government may not fully explain the creation of agencies not directly controllable by the President.
After a recent Supreme Court decision, questions remain about what states can do to regulate electricity.
Penn Program on Regulation hosts a conversation with electricity market leaders.
Energy policy expert argues that imposing a price on carbon is vital to implementing the Clean Power Plan.
Electricity regulator wants strong incentive to conserve, but one business group says the government is overreaching.
Legal scholars argue that the Constitution requires states to consider regional energy needs.
Smart Grid Interoperability Panel provides model for collaborative standards development.