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Electricity Markets
President Trump on July 27 announced his intent to nominate Mark Christie and Allison Clements to be members of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Customer Service
Clallam County Public Utility District (PUD) in Washington State has switched out a sprawling set of applications that ran everything from its workforce deployments to its accounting system, and replaced it with integrated enterprise solutions to bring the public power utility’s efficiency and customer service into the 21st Century.
Distributed Energy Resources
Peninsula Clean Energy and San Jose Clean Energy recently launched a long-term renewable energy and storage request for offers (RFO).
Distributed Energy Resources
The Port of Authority of New York and New Jersey and the New York Power Authority (NYPA) recently launched a solicitation to install a solar photovoltaic (PV) and energy storage system at New York Stewart International Airport (SWF) in the southern Hudson Valley.
Electric Vehicles
The Farmington Electric Utility System (FEUS) in New Mexico expects to have five public electric vehicle charging stations completed in the next two months.
Bonds and Financing
Public power utility Colorado Springs Utilities recently received positive ratings news from Moody's Investors Service and S&P Global Ratings.
Distributed Energy Resources
A solar panel array built in 2018 is a part of a pilot project in Grand Island, Neb., which is testing the potential of solar as a source of energy for Grand Island. The intent is to get operational data on projects and give the City of Grand Island Utilities Department hands-on information on how
Generation
The Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority has entered into a $75 million contract with Wartsila for the engineering, procurement, and construction of four new generators, and a battery storage system at the Randolph Harley Power Plant.