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ELP Volume 84 Issue 5

Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead. Where there’s a will, there’s a way. If...

Don’t recognize that last inspirational maxim? That’s what Fresno, Calif.

2005 Utility Financial RANKINGS

Stability was the key word in 2005. Utilities settled down and surprises were few and far between.

We’re on our own…

Peggy Fowler, Portland General Electric CEO and president, talks about surviving the collapse of Enron.

Risk-Based: Gas Portfolio Analysis Provides Wider Insights

Traditional gas supply planning methodologies are deterministic in nature, and do not adequately capture variability in the underlying load and price assumptions.

Adopting Open Standards for AMI

Open protocols would allow utilities to take advantage of new technology

It’s Time to Reinvent Efficiency

By taking a new approach, energy efficiency can achieve its true potential.

Architecting Intelligence into AMI Systems

The benefits go well beyond just reading meters.

Valuing retail power marketers: Do the metrics tell the story?

Most retailers fail to give investors a sound basis for assigning value.

Chief Nuclear Officers Strive to Optimize Plant Costs

A “North Star” strategy can guide the team through cost and risk decisions

NEXT Generation Customer Care

The customer care outsourcing model is adapting to the diverse needs of utilities.