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Transitioning to Efficient Electrification

Transitioning to Efficient Electrification

As many utilities approach or have achieved their long-term goals in the energy efficiency sphere, they face a future of declining electricity sales and projections of constrained load growth. This issue has been identified by several studies and ind ...

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US Clean Power Plan - Support, opposition and how to bring these perspectives together

US Clean Power Plan - Support, opposition and how to bring these perspectives together

Introduction EPA's recently proposed Clean Power Plan (CPP) represents a major shift for the US Power industry. Support and opposition for EPA's Clean Power Plan is divided along predictable lines. Strong support exists in states that generate elect ...

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How do you cope with the “double risk trend” in reliability? (Part 2)

This is the second post in a series of blogs that discusses how to cope with "the double risk" trend in reliability, and how smart transmission and distribution grids can mitigate this risk. In my first blog I introduced the double risk trend and pro ...

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How can Smart Grid equipment help to improve the overall efficiency of the distribution system?

How can Smart Grid equipment help to improve the overall efficiency of the distribution system?

Most electric power utilities have a relatively limited budget for infrastructure investments such as installing or replacing equipment. A strong business case is necessary to justify such capital expense and obtain financing from government entities ...

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