Good Monday Morning!
In the news today and from the weekend…
- Utility Dive reports that US Grid congestion costs jumped 56% to $20.6 billion in 2022.
- Reuters reports that New York’s grid operator warns New York City could see power shortfalls by 2025 that could force polluting peaker plants to remain in service.
- Daily Press reports that residents in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula call for cheaper and more reliable electricity during a state-backed listening tour.
- Wall Street Journal carries an op-ed which argues Congress and the Biden administration should make critical mineral dominance a priority.
- E&E Daily reports House Republicans are heading to Arizona this week for a field hearing on critical minerals in a state that’s emerged as a focal point in debates on and off Capitol Hill.
- Casper Star Tribune reports on the status of Minnesota mining projects.