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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Wind & Solar Generation Could Surpass Coal & Nuclear by 2030

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LA Is Going With 100% Green Energy by 2045

Los Angeles has decided to decline upgrading 3 gas plants near their coast in order to focus 100% of their…

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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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Power Utilities Will Be Using AI to Help Automate and Improve Efficiency for Renewable Energy

AI is expected to be utilized more in the future for controlling, automating, and improving efficiencies for renewable energy resources.…

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Some Strong Utility Trends for 2019 and Beyond

The electric power grid and the industry is continuing to evolve with major trends happening in 2019. Nuclear Power remains…

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NextEra and Dominion Are Getting Bigger

NextEra Energy recently acquired Gulf Power from Southern Company for $6.475 billion. Likewise, Dominion Energy acquired SCANA Corporation (formerly known…

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The Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM) Utility Will Eliminate Fossil Power by 2031

The New Mexico utility regulators have approved PNM’s plan to abandon all coal power generation by 2031. PNM plans to…

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Wishing You A Happy New Year!

3 Phase Associates wishes you a Happy and Safe New Year into 2019! 3phaseassociates.com

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Will PG&E Be Split Into Separate Companies?

The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) is looking to split up the power utility PG&E into separate companies in order…

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