Maryland Net Metering Installations Reach 50 Percent of 1.5-Gigawatt Limit: PSC Report

The number of net-metered facilities in Maryland has been growing in recent years, but the current installed capacity of about 754 megawatts is just over half of the eligible cap, according to the Maryland Public Service Commission’s annual report issued on Sept. 24. The agency does not recommend changes to the cap as it is…

EnerKnol’s Visual Primer – States Push for Utility Pilots to Expand Grid-Scale Battery Deployment

An unprecedented number of states are rushing to procure battery storage resources as the technology is seen as increasingly critical to balance supply and demand on power grids more saturated with intermittent supplies. Thanks to innovation and declining costs, battery technologies are increasingly presenting themselves in utility resource planning, interconnection procedures, renewable energy procurement, and utility pilots.

Tallgrass Energy’s $213 Million Cheyenne Connector Gas Line Wins FERC Approval

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Sept. 20 authorized the construction of Tallgrass Energy LP’s proposed Cheyenne Connector Pipeline and the related Cheyenne Hub Enhancement project to deliver natural gas from processing plants in Colorado into Rockies Express Pipeline LLC at the Cheyenne Hub, allowing access to markets in the Midwest, Midcontinent, and Gulf Coast.…