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ELP Volume 82 Issue 6
What happens if one of your counterparties fails to meet its obligations with your utility?
In this issue's profile, we discuss Southern culture, leadership skills and Duke Power's 100th anniversary with the utility's president, Ruth Shaw.
As Election Day draws nearer, the list of talking points for the presidential hopefuls has been set firmly in granite. Unfortunately, U.S. energy policy is not near the top of that list.
More and more, utility executives are turning to their IT and supply chain organizations to explore innovative ways to drive results.
The following call center trends offer significant opportunities for faster service, more personalized customer communications, internal performance...
The worst–financially speaking–appears to be over for the energy and utilities sector. The industry has turned a corner...
The old saying "the buck stops here" has never been more true for CEOs and other "top brass" in the American electric power industry.