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ELP Volume 89 Issue 3

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In recent years, the solution for rising energy demand, aging infrastructure, renewable energy sources and the expected proliferation ...

Commentary: Domestic, Abundant Coal Deserves Place in Energy Mix

These are good times for natural gas. The U.S. Energy Information Administration recently more than doubled its estimates ...

When Baseload Generation Becomes an Option

Coal plants are experiencing a new economic reality. Traditionally baseload, some mid-merit coal units now have economics more similar ...

Next-generation Power

To manage risk and create value for next-generation power, decision-makers should consider four facts during the down cycle ...

EVs Are Coming– Are Utilities EV-Ready?

President Barack Obama set a goal of having 1 million electric vehicles (EVs) on U.S. roads within five years.

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Commentary

When we compiled our 2011 editorial calendar almost a year ago, I thought "preparing the grid for small scale renewables ...

What Makes a Grid Smart?

Smart grid is a high-frequency term these days. For clarity's sake, a simple definition might be that a smart grid uses digital communication ...

Renewables on Smart Grid

In March 2010, Bloomberg's New Energy Finance (NEF) CEO Michael Liebreich announced his forecast for global investments ...

Compensation of the Highest-paid Named Executive Officers

In this descriptive study we examine the compensation of the highest-paid named executive officers (NEOs) of the Dec. 31 fiscal year-end utilities ...