In June 2021, the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission (PUC) approved an extensive portfolio of performance mechanisms, including almost 40 metrics and scorecards that provide visibility into a wide scope of utility operations.
Performance-based regulation has gained significant traction in the United States in the past year and a half, with four new states enacting laws authorizing PBR.
As households across the United States began to feel the multifaceted impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, thousands of grassroots organizers rallied for a moratorium that would protect vulnerable customers facing disconnections from their utility. Disconnecting households for unpaid energy bills would have meant the loss of critical energy services…
Georgia Power Company, a subsidiary of utility giant Southern Company, proposed a 20-year energy plan with state regulators in December 2021.
Nebraska public officials adopted net-zero carbon goals across the electricity sector.