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Energy in Transition

Solving the energy trilemma

Posts posted in June 2010

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Process and organizational disruption from Smart Grid

Smart Grid technology has the potential to be the single-most disruptive innovation within the utility industry. The benefits of smart grid will not be fully achieved unless organizations look beyond just the technology changes and harness the potent ...

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Energy execs on the new utility leadership paradigm

Balancing customer and environmental demands and existing and emerging technologies to create a sustainable energy future requires bold, confident leadership to navigate the challenges of change. Here's a look at the perspectives on the future of lea ...

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Electric energy generation and the low-carbon challenge

The FutureGen Alliance is a non-profit consortium of some of the largest coal producers and users in the world and was formed to partner with the U.S. Department of Energy on the FutureGen project. FutureGen Alliance CEO Michael Mudd offers insight o ...

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The sustainable energy path forward. Balancing federal and state regulations.

NextEra Energy, Inc. has nearly 43,000 megawatts of generating capacity - one of its subsidiaries is among the largest rate-regulated electric utilities in the US. NextEra Energy EVP of Federal Regulatory Affairs and former FERC Chairman Joseph T. Ke ...

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The smart grid-enabled utility-customer relationship.

The Electric Power Board (EPB) of Chattanooga - one of the largest municipal power distributors in the country - is currently building a 100% fiber optic communication system that will be the backbone for their Smart Grid. EPB executive VP and COO Da ...

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