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ELP Volume 93 Issue 1
Increasingly, utilities are challenged to modernize their power grid to become "smart."
by Joel Riciputi, Nexant With winter's higher heating and energy use, utility executives continue to assess new strategies to address peak demand. Beyond peak demand program design, executives increasingly are focusing on ongoing program management...
Eastern Interconnection Offers Positive Outlook for Wind Generation With Frequency Responsive Plant Controls
Governments, grid operators and utilities across the U.S. are working to integrate increasing amounts of renewable generation into their energy mix. One of the perceived challenges is the impact of renewables on grid stability.
Just the recollection of the polar vortex of 2014 sends a chill down the spines of U.S. energy retailers.
America's work force is aging, and baby boomers are hitting retirement age in large numbers.
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