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ELP Volume 90 Issue 1

Uncertainty Still Prevails, but Utilities Plan for Future

The U.S. economy continued its slow comeback in 2011 after most economists and financial experts declared the recession officially ...

Risky Business—How Power Contracts Allocate Uncertainty

Risk consists of exposure and uncertainty. Market participants operating in the energy industry are exposed to significant uncertainty ...

CEOs of the Year

The CEO of the Year in the large utility division is Gale E. Klappa, chairman, president and CEO of Wisconsin Energy Corp.

2012—Unfinished Business, New Challenges, Opportunities

If nothing else, 2011 was a year for industry consolidation. Mergers were announced between Exelon Corp. and Constellation Energy Group Inc. ...

The Utility Sector Eyes Going Social

Professional basketball’s Atlanta Hawks, one-time presidential hopeful Herman Cain and local utility Georgia Power all have something in common ...

Helping Consumers Embrace New Lighting Standards

Beginning in 2012, new federal standards for energy efficiency will usher in an era of improved lighting options for consumers.

CS Week Puts the New in New Year

If ever the utility industry needed fresh material and challenging topics, 2012 is the year.

Letters to the Editor

Regarding Dan Watkiss’ column “Defining, Encouraging Winners is Good National Energy Policy” (Page 22, Nov/Dec 2011) ...

Coal Takes a Blow, but Not Down for the Count

It finally happened; on Dec. 21, 2011, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released the finalized Mercury and Air Toxics Standards ...

Merging the IT/Operations Silos

There was a day when oil and water didn’t mix, lambs did not lie down with lions, east and west did not converse ...