Regulatory bodies all over the U.S. are taking major steps forward to support the transition of the energy system. This includes transitioning to performance-based rate-making, requiring or approving major investments in transportation electrification, and working through federal channels to get approval for interstate transmission investments and offshore wind development. It appears that, both because of state-level legislation and regulator discretion, there is considerable appetite to change the status quo to engender a transition to the future grid.

United States Federal

Congress passed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, commonly referred to as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill...

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Annual benchmarking reports highlight the importance of reliability...

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New Zealand

Distribution utilities implementing policies to support decarbonization...

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Bill proposes a measure to modernize Alberta’s electricity system...

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Great Britain

British electricity distribution network businesses outline five-year investment plans...

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COP26 Climate Change talks and the launch of the international Regulatory Energy Transition Accelerator – During the November 2021 COP26 Climate Change talks in Glasgow, Scotland, Ofgem, the International Energy Agency, the International Renewable Energy Agency, and the World Bank launched the Regulatory Energy Transition Accelerator. Its purpose is to enable regulators from around the world to learn from each other’s experiences, bringing forward new thinking and turning climate ambitions into collective real-world action.Twenty-one regulators from throughout the world, including Ofgem, the Australian Energy Regulator, California’s PUC and Energy Commission, the Hawaii PUC, the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the New Zealand Commerce Commission, and partner organizations issued a joint statement supporting the accelerator launch.


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