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3 Phase Associates is Now Offering Architectural Design Services

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The US Dept of Agriculture Awards Loans for $122 Million in Electric Coop Power Grid Upgrades

The USDA provides $122 Million in loans allowing several electric coops to perform major power system upgrades, like upgrading several…

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Smart Grid in the US is Expected to Reach $86 Billion by 2024

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Wind & Solar Generation Could Surpass Coal & Nuclear by 2030

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The Largest Combined Solar-Wind Project in the US

NextEra and Portland General Electric (PGE) are developing the largest renewable project in the US that combines solar, wind &…

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Duke Has Agreed to Pay NERC a $10 Million Fine for Security Violations

Duke agreed to pay the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) for security violations that happened during a 3 year…

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Georgia Power is Proposing 1GW of Coal Shutdown with 1GW of Renewables Added by 2024

Georgia Power Company (GPC), part of Southern Company, is planning to shutdown one gigawatt of coal generation and will be…

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Florida Power & Light is Expanding its Solar Power

Florida Power & Light (FPL) has selected and secured several sites for new solar projects throughout the state of Florida.…

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Fossil Power Could Make a Come Back if Natural Gas Prices Spike

Currently there are no power utilities in the US constructing new coal fired power plants. They are simply maintaining existing…

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Best CAD Drafting & Design Practices

Do not show too much details. Too many details can overcrowd the drawing and be just as bad as not…

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