Higher isle electric bills tied to oil cost

By Kathryn Mykleseth, The Honolulu Star-Advertiser - Electric bills on Oahu have jumped nearly 7 percent since May due to rising fuel prices. more...
Filed under: Business & Corporate

AEP Recognized As A Top-Scoring Company On Disability Equality Index

- American Electric Power (NYSE: AEP) has been recognized as one of the nation's 2016 "Best Places to Work" by the Disability Equality Index (DEI), a national benchmarking survey and report on disability-friendly company policies, programs and practices. more...
Filed under: Human Resourcess

Industries give Pa. clean energy policies mixed reviews

By Daniel Moore, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - Among businesses involved in the advancement of clean energy in Pennsylvania -- defined as everything from making buildings more energy efficient to manufacturing wind mill turbine blades and large-scale energy storage -- the assessment of the state's policies has been mixed. more...
Filed under: Energy Efficiency

Santa Fe Public Schools makes progress toward energy independence

By Robert Nott, The Santa Fe New Mexican - Clad in a hard hat and safety vest, Lisa Randall directed a crew at the Siringo Road entrance to Santa Fe High School. more...

PG&E urged to preserve Wild Cherry Canyon when Diablo Canyon shuts down

By David Sneed, The Tribune (San Luis Obispo, Calif.) - Dozens of people attending two public workshops Wednesday held by PG&E urged the utility company to conserve 12,000 acres surrounding Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant, including the Wild Cherry Canyon area of Avila Beach, after the plant closes in 2025. more...
Filed under: Nuclear

First of two solar referendums this year: This one offers tax break

By Susan Salisbury, The Palm Beach Post, Fla. - Supporters of Florida's Amendment 4, which would expand tax exemptions for solar, wind and other renewable energy devices, say its passage will encourage more homeowners and businesses to install renewable energy systems. more...
Filed under: Business & Corporate
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Posted By: Diane Munns
On: July 22, 2016
As a former state utility regulator, I know the difficulty of balancing competing interests in making decisions and communicating those decisions to constituents. Solutions deemed "fair" by some parties may more...
Filed under: Business & Corporate
Posted By: Lee Williams
On: July 20, 2016
"Toto, I've a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore." A familiar catchphrase in American culture from the classic "The Wizard of Oz" where Dorothy, the heroine of the story, finds more...
Filed under: Risk & Operations
Posted By: Marc Rauch
On: July 18, 2016
Recently, New York took a major step toward rethinking utility economics when it issued the "Order Adopting a Ratemaking and Utility Revenue Model Policy Framework" (also known as Track 2 more...
Filed under: Policy, Regulatory & Legal
Posted By: Chaitanya Srinivaspura
On: July 15, 2016
Small / Micro Business are ignored. Energy efficiency as a concept seems to have had success for both retail and C&I customers, but Small and micro businesses customers remain a more...
Filed under: Energy Efficiency
Posted By: Nishant Jain
On: July 13, 2016
Spend Analysis is one of the first key steps in category management that delivers value to an organization. It consists of segmenting the third-party spend of the organization into categories more...
Filed under: Metering

15th Outage Management for Power Plants

Tuesday Jul 26, 2016 - Thursday Jul 28, 2016 - New Orleans, LA - United States

Pioneering Maintenance and Planning Strategies of the Sites, Units and Assets to Minimize Scope Creep and Deliver Outages within Schedule and Under Budget more...

AESP Summer Conference: Technology... The Great Game Changer

Tuesday Aug 16, 2016 - Thursday Aug 18, 2016 - Chicago , Illinois - United States

2016 AESP Summer Conference Technology – The Great Game Changer August 16-18 - Chicago In recent times, the role of technology has branched out into different directions. No longer is technology just a part of energy efficiency that is responsible for providing the products that save energy. Instead, it is the force that is instigating much of the change in the industry today. From smart meters, analytics and other technologies that are taking demand response to new levels; to photovoltaics, storage, EVs and microgrids that have created an exciting new world of DER…you cannot afford to miss this AESP conference on technology in EE. more...


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