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ELP Volume 88 Issue 1

Empowering Human Capital Management Through HR Metrics

The utility sector enjoys greater success in recruiting and retaining talent than other U.S. business sectors ...

National Energy Policy Should Have More Than Transmission Hammer in Toolbox

National policy should </span>be judged on whether it has picked the right winners. Two Congressional energy bills risk naming high-voltage transmission projects winners instead of more deserving alternatives.

Five Questions to Ask Before You Spend a Cent on New Technology

Building the modern electric grid begins with a foundation of smart communications planning.

Economic Challenges of Integration

Until recently, integrating renewable resources into the transmission system has focused primarily on technical issues.

Uncertainty, Declining Revenue and Cash Conservation Concern Utilities

2009 Electric Utility Capital Expenditures

The Main Ingredient

In 1907 during a Major League Baseball game, the winning team stole second base 13 times.

Reaching Residential, Low-income Customers

More customers than ever struggle to make ends meet. Utilities across the country see the results through higher arrears and bad-debt write-offs.

The Stimulus Act: An Energy Policy of Tea Leaves, First Drafts and Down Payments

Where does national</span> energy policy fall in the pecking order of the administration’s and the 111th Congress’ agenda?

You’re Invited to Our First Executive Conference

For this issue, I interviewed Tom Flaherty, a partner with Booz and Co., for the annual utility capital spending report.

Biomass: America’s Homegrown Energy Resource

The U.S. energy portfolio for power generation was largely consistent during the past 30 years.