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ELP Volume 89 Issue 5

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California’s Electric Policy is Not a Model for the United States

“I believe that together not only can we lead California into the future … we can show the nation and the world how to get there …,”

Farrell’s Dominion Leads Troops to Energy Jobs

In a weakened economy with few companies hiring, 1 million U.S. veterans are unemployed.

Mitigating Risk in Utility-scale Photovoltaic Projects

Trillions of dollars have been spent on power generation projects during the past decade, but only about 1 percent of those projects use ...

Seizing Microgrid Opportunities

Discussion of national energy policy—to the extent it occurs at all in today’s political climate—focuses on spurring power generation ...

As Consumers Cut Spending, Utilities Go Back to Drawing Board

U.S. electricity customers are cutting back as much as 25 percent, but it’s not because they bleed green.

Navajo Generating Station Voluntarily Installs Low-NOX Burners

Since its inception, the owners of the Navajo Generating Station (NGS) have been diligent about protecting the natural environment of scenic northern Arizona.

Will the Electricity Industry Still Need a Carbon Tax?

The debate on carbon policy seems to have gone into hibernation. It is being replaced with a menu of other state and ...

FERC Order 1000

On July 21, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued Order No. 1000 to reform transmission planning and cost allocation.

Commentary

On the last day of August, a dark cloud formed above President Barack Obama’s stimulus funding and green jobs initiative.