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ELP Volume 83 Issue 2
How easy is it to define and regularly adjust long-range maintenance and financial plans for a power station? Are these plans making the best use of resources and capital to reduce operating risk, maximize generating capacity and cut overall costs?
In this issue, we present an exclusive interview with John Rowe, president and CEO of Exelon, a utility company that recently made big news when it announced that it would merge ...
The utility industry has long had a reputation for lagging behind other businesses in the adoption of new approaches to information technology, there are catalysts driving widespread, though cautious, investment in IT solutions, particularly in areas key to the industry’s future success, like customer information and billing systems.
Recurring payments (RP) made through payment cards offer electric utilities a simple and highly effective way to reduce costs, improve cash flow, and enhance customer service.
To meet the demands for reliable energy sources, increased fuel diversity, reduced dependence on foreign oil and an improved environment, existing policies that hamper wind development must be changed.
I attended a customer service and marketing conference last fall featuring a speaker from SRP, a large municipal utility in Phoenix which has consistently won the J.
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