This week on the Energy Gang, we discuss the dire situation in Australia. Plus, changes to PURPA and the “learn to code” trope for displaced miners.by Stephen Lacey
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US State Energy Policies and Power Utility Regulation
The second insight in our policy and regulation series focuses on Hawaii, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New England, New York, Ohio, Oregon, PJM, Texas, Virginia and the Western U.S.by Jeff St. John, Emma Foehringer Merchant, Julian Spector |