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ELP Volume 93 Issue 6

The 3 R’s – CS Week-Style

Everyone knows the 3 R's of education-Reading, 'Riting and 'Rithmetic, right?

Twisted yet not Torn Comanche Electric Weathers Texas Storm

When a deadly storm ripped through northern Texas last May devastating the area with a tornado, violent gusts of wind and large hail -a guaranteed recipe for power outages-the Comanche Electric Cooperative Association in Texas needed to be ready to go into efficient restoration mode.

From Government Policy to a Grid Resource: A View on the Long-term Viability of...

On October 14, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's (FERC) Order 745 on demand response (DR) compensation in wholesale electricity markets.

Taking a Proactive Approach to Distributed Energy Resource Management

The electric distribution grid is changing rapidly, with a pronounced shift favoring the decentralization of electricity generation.

Talking Nuclear

Tennessee Valley Authority's President and CEO Bill Johnson chatted with ELP to talk about all things nuclear energy recently.

Use Risk to Your Advantage in Asset Investment Planning

Utilities run, in part, on money.

PHI Tackles Transmission Infrastructure Risk Assessment

Over the past century, electric utilities in the United States constructed and expanded their bulk electric system (BES) transmission infrastructures (above 100 kV) to meet enormous load growth demand.

The Internet of Things: Where the Power Sector Connects

The Internet of Things, often called IoT, is rising in the ranks of technology buzzwords.

2014 Operating Performance

Natural gas prices climbed in 2014, resulting in a slight increase in the utilization of the nation's coal-fired power plants.