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ELP Volume 84 Issue 2

traders’ software in demand again

Energy trading is heating up and so is the market for energy trading and risk management (ETRM) software.

utilities can turn adversaries into advocates on infrastructure projects

Finding solutions for utility infrastructure used to be about having the utility’s engineering and government affairs staffs determine what needed to be built, filing a permit request, and holding enough public meetings to satisfy minimum notice requirements.

utilities value customer service

There are three reasons I shop at a certain grocery store, and believe me, good customer service isn’t one of them.

CIS Conference 30 promises the best opportunities for education and networking for pros in...

The Gaylord Texan Resort in the Dallas/Fort Worth area will play host to CIS Week from May 1-5, 2006.

Expanding Excellence

Dear Conference Attendees, We have built our reputation on Expanding Excellence...

the digital revolution, the smart grid and why the utility industry isn’t like your...

In Texas, everything’s big. The boots. The hats. The brag.

letters

Nancy Spring errs in suggesting that it would be “prudent” to terminate the planned repository for used nuclear fuel at Yucca Mountain, Nev.

a snapshot of transmission investment

There are 150,000 miles of transmission lines in the United States...

benefit of counsel PURPA lives

How the mandatory purchase obligation of PURPA survived and was reincarnated as an enforcement tool for competition

customer service: utility style offer customers what they need

Last December, I received an unusual card. At first glance I thought it was blank, but upon closer inspection I discovered that it was a braille holiday card ...