During the last three months, numerous initiatives were introduced aimed at supporting the energy sector in tackling climate change. Decarbonization targets are driving policies at both the federal and state level in the U.S., as well as in a number of other jurisdictions.


The specific approaches adopted and the areas of focus often vary, but common themes include the requirement for investment in grid modernization to support future needs. This includes support for the connection of distributed energy resources (DERs) and providing infrastructure for increased electrification. In turn, such measures generally include a focus on improving grid reliability and resilience to address customer demand.

United States

The Department of Energy opened its application window for distributing $2.3 billion of federal funding...

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The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) has published scorecards detailing performance information for each of Ontario’s electricity utilities...

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United Kingdom

Ofgem has published its decision to award £8 million to support 18 innovation projects...

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New Zealand

The Commerce Commission, New Zealand’s competition, consumer, and regulatory agency, published draft decisions...

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