With the 2nd session of the 118th Congress well underway and the specter of the November 5 elections looming, EPSA remains focused on several key policy areas that it believes will help the nation improve electric grid reliability, affordability, and drive the clean energy investments critical to meeting climate priorities.Read More
In this Look Ahead, EPSA breaks down the trends and issues that are likely to shape the grid in 2024, an important year for the competitive power sector. EPSA will continue to advocate for the benefits of competitive markets and commonsense policies that put reliability first.Read More
Understanding the Costs of Integrating of Energy Resources: Analyzing Full-Cycle Levelized Costs of Electricity
developed a holistic metric to support communication and smart policymaking, relying
on publicly available data to develop an analysis of real-world resource integration costs in the PJM nterconnection, looking forward to 2026.
North American Electric Reliability Corporation Senior Vice President and Chief Engineer Mark Lauby discusses threats to our power system, reliability, and how rising demand affects the grid as electrification progresses.Read More
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