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The GT Power Hour: Episode 31 (Workers Wanted: ICC Chair Carrie Zalewski talks CEJA implementation)
- Mar 18, 2022 7:07 pm GMT
In which we ask Illinois Commerce Commission Chair Carrie Zalewski to summarize Illinois’ new Climate and Equitable Jobs Act (CEJA), and it still takes more than an hour — though, in fairness, we do also shoot a lot of hardball Illinois-related Rapid Fire questions at her. Listen for discussions on grid reliability, performance-based rates, integration plans for the state’s electricity-distribution utilities, lessons learned from the reliability issues in Texas and much more!
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Listen in as we discuss working with pioneering utilities in California, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Colorado to retool Small Commercial Energy Efficiency Programs for increased implementation of deeper savings measures. View today!
I started writing the “New NETWORKS” series almost two years ago. Thus, it didn’t surprise me recently when, that there were major developments in negative emissions technology (NET). The first was a subject I wrote about over a year ago:
Episode #84: 'The Clean Energy Opportunity for Community Energy Providers' With Nick Chaset, CEO of East Bay Community Energy [an Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast]
The landscape of the traditional legacy utility continues to be challenged by new technologies, public policies, and customer demands. Among the latest developments that are creating change in the power sector is the rise of Community Energy..
The HSRM will contribute to the goal of just and inclusive net-zero carbon economic growth for societal wellbeing by 2050 through supporting interlinked objectives.
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