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Customer Service
When Concord Municipal Light Plant (CMLP) received notice that its financial and accounting software would no longer be supported, it turned out to be a good thing.
Electric Vehicles
California community choice aggregator Peninsula Clean Energy recently launched a $28 million effort to install electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure at commercial workplaces, multi-family dwellings and other public locations.
Disaster Response and Mutual Aid
Public power crews are hard at work helping Louisiana cooperative SLEMCO restore power in the wake of Hurricane Delta.
Electric Vehicles
The PUD will supply the hydrogen for the demonstration project from an electrolyzer slated to be completed in 2021.
Disaster Response and Mutual Aid
More than 350 workers from more than 40 public power utilities participated in mutual aid for Louisiana utilities affected by the latest storm, Hurricane Delta, which hit the Gulf Coast Friday.
Energy Storage
Clean Power Alliance, a community choice aggregator in Southern California, is adding more than 190 megawatts of battery storage, and 123 MW of solar capacity, to its portfolio by 2023, through two new power purchase agreements.
Three public power utilities in Florida participated in a demonstration project that quantified how recloser devices improved system reliability, leading to over 1,700 prevented interruptions in a year.
Bills and Rates
The House Energy and Commerce Committee held a hearing Oct. 1, which explored how energy legislation and mandates have affected electricity costs and the health of different populations.