EPSA releases ten principles to guide a reliable energy expansion, addressing system planning, power market design and pricing, gas-electric coordination, permitting reform, enabling investment, and development accountability.Read More
The importance of an orderly energy expansion to the future resource mix cannot be overstated. The Principles of a Reliable Energy Expansion reflect the belief of the Electric Power Supply Association (EPSA) and its members of what is necessary to achieve a reliable energy expansion.Read More
Power Generators Committed to Reliable Operations: Statement on Winter Storm Elliott Power System Performance.
Competitive power suppliers are committed to electric reliability and improving operations to keep the lights on during winter storms and other extreme weather events, said the head of the organization representing power generators providing about 150,000 MW of electric generation capacity throughout the U.S.Read More
Last week’s FERC PJM Capacity Market Forum featured EPSA President and CEO Todd Snitchler on a panel to share concerns and discuss key market reforms needed to maintain PJM Interconnection’s ability to reliably meet rising electricity demand while preserving cost-savings and continuing decarbonization.Read More
As experts warn of mounting reliability challenges, proposed EPA limits on power plant emissions could force addtional retirement of electric generation and put additional strain on the power grid.Read More
EPSA CEO Todd Snitchler talks power outage preparation in light of North Carolina power station attacks.Read More