America’s failing electric grids and clean energy goals will be key themes in the U.S. energy sector this year. The coming months will also be a test for President Biden’s green energy policies, considering that his Build Back Better Act is now stalled in Congress. Clean energy targets set by states are “going to be more difficult to achieve” without federal action. The winter months will show whether state legislators and utilities have learned the lesson from last February’s Texas storm in ensuring grid reliability, while Democrats are scrambling to salvage President Joe Biden’s proposed Build Back Better Act. Grid reliability, states’ clean energy goals, and further federal action to advance renewable energy will be the key themes in the U.S. electricity sector in 2022. The Biden Administration announced last year ambitious goals to promote green energy, including decarbonizing the electricity grid by 2035. But issues with grid access, […]