By 2020, an Estimated 150 Gigawatts of Fossil Plants Will Be Retired Since 2010

According to PacifiCorp, fossil power plants cost more to operate than to shutdown and replace. Even though the White House…

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DER and Energy Storage To Take Precedence Over Energy Efficiency & Demand Response

According to new research from the Association of Energy Services Professionals, DER and Energy Storage will become the forefront for…

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California Utilities to Use LiDAR Drones to Prevent Future Wildfires

Utilities in California are using Drones with LiDAR sensors to help evaluate thousands of poles and power lines to determine…

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A Good Article On CIGRE Recently Published in T&D World

Looking forward to the growth and improvements at CIGRE!

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Will the Distribution Grid Become the Next Sector to be Deregulated?

Some distribution utilities are planning ahead in case it becomes the next sector to face deregulation. 3phaseassociates.com  

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TVA Is Considering Closing More Fossil Plants

TVA is looking to close more fossil plants in TN and KY: at Bull Run FP and Paradise FP. TVA’s vision…

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USDA Provides $1.6 Billion in Loans for Rural Electric Cooperatives to Improve Grid Resiliency

The Department of Agriculture will deliver loans to Electric Cooperatives in 24 states for $1.6 billion in order to increase…

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Utilities Worry about FCC’s Plan to Open Up Wireless Spectrum

Utilities worry FCC plan to open wireless spectrum could compromise their communications for the utility and its customers. https://www.utilitydive.com/news/utilities-worry-fcc-plan-to-open-wireless-spectrum-could-compromise-communi/540433/ 3phaseassociates.com…

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