Emerald People’s Utility District in Oregon has used a Demonstration of Energy & Efficiency Developments (DEED) grant from the American Public Power Association to launch an effort to make better use of its data.
The Board of Directors for the American Public Power Association’s Demonstration of Energy & Efficiency Developments (DEED) program recently approved grants and scholarships for the spring 2020 cycle. The board, which held a virtual meeting due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, approved a total of
As communities express increased interest in utility sustainability efforts, public power entities are finding that data can be an important asset in creating understanding about utility plans and programs.
Working with several other public power organizations, the Minnesota Municipal Utilities Association has developed a series of safety training videos as a result of a grant of $100,000 from the American Public Power Association’s Demonstration of Energy and Efficiency Developments program.
While the shift to a culture of security in the power industry will not be an easy thing to do, the American Public Power Association is working to help member utilities beef up their security posture in a number of ways including entering cooperative agreements with the Department of Energy.
Heartland Consumers Power District has developed a solar power calculator for its customers using an American Public Power Association Demonstration of Energy and Efficiency Developments program grant. The DEED project ran from May 15 to Aug. 20.
An official with the Sacramento Municipal Utility District detailed a project that will utilize blockchain-enabled tokens as part of an effort to encourage EV owners to charge their vehicles at workplaces when local renewables peak during the day.
Innovating and staying up to date with cutting-edge technology is no longer an option but essential, experts say. Large public power utilities are investing in research and development, shaping a path to the future for all community-owned utilities. Public power utilities are finding that R&D pays
Description As electric vehicles gain traction, they have begun to present challenges to utilities related to planning, operations, and customer engagement activities. In an effort to address this increasing impact, American Municipal Power, Inc. (AMP) and the Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA)
Texas-based public power utility Austin Energy is looking to use data it collects in a way that is much more granular in determining the degree to which customers feel positive or negative about topics such as bills or rebates, said Liz Jambor, Austin Energy’s Data Analytics and Business Intelligence manager, in a recent interview.