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ELP Volume 82 Issue 2

Case study on billing: Tennessee utility cuts disconnects by 70 percent

Telephony technology is changing the way many utilities across the country collect on their overdue accounts and how they communicate with their customers in general.

Taking air pollution to heart

With cardiovascular disease tightening its death grip as America's No. 1 killer, an article published in January's issue of Epidemiology...

Composite core technology could help security, reliability of the U.S. grid

In the wake of the disaster of September 11, 2001 and the blackout of August 14, 2003, the vulnerability of the nation's electric power grid has become a matter of urgent national concern.

Public power gains popularity as sector sustains its financial strength

Electricity consumers across the country are awakening to a new way of doing business with an electricity provider. Particularly in the West, they are exploring the concept of public power systems.

DG is not a perfect solution

It was with much interest that I read the article "How big of a 'player' will DG become?" by Roger Saillant, CEO of Plug Power (December EL&P).