Infrastructure Content

Bonds and Financing
The American Public Power Association submitted a statement to Congress encouraging the implementation of various bond modernization proposals, including the reinstatement of tax-exempt advance refunding bonds and allowing for comparable incentives for energy investments and production.
Bonds and Financing
It is critical that owners of public power projects understand – long before a need arises – which claims contractors are most likely to assert. Learn about the most common contractor claims on public power projects - delay, acceleration, and loss of efficiency - and measures to manage or avoid
Disaster Response and Mutual Aid
Learn best practices and implementation processes for submitting disaster-related documentation to FEMA.
Disaster Response and Mutual Aid
Learn about leading procurement practices and processes for utilities before, during, and after a disaster.
Disaster Response and Mutual Aid
Review the most common types of claims that arise during the construction of public power and energy projects.
Disaster Response and Mutual Aid
Dive into the challenges utilities face when working to secure and retain federal grant funding.
Distributed Energy Resources
Gain an overview of potential broadband opportunities and considerations for public power utilities that may arise from the widespread deployment of small cell facilities.
Distributed Energy Resources
Learn about the FCC's Small Cell Order and its requirements and impacts related to public power utilities.
Distributed Energy Resources
Learn about the latest legal and regulatory developments, as well as the most significant issues facing public power utilities at the federal, state, and local levels with respect to wireless pole attachments.
Electric Vehicles
Two California public power utilities, the City of Palo Alto Utilities and Silicon Valley Power, are joining with three of the state’s community choice aggregators in programs to install public electric vehicle charging stations. As part of the effort, the California Energy Commission is proposing to provide $33 million in incentives to two counties.