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The City of Glenwood Springs, Colo., in June became the second wholesale electric participant of the Municipal Energy Agency of Nebraska (MEAN) to attain its 100 percent renewable energy goal, securing enough electric generation production from renewable resources to meet the City’s annual electric usage.
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The Omaha Public Power District’s board recently approved revisions to its strategic plan that increase the utility’s commitment to renewable energy.
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Connect with partners and peers while learning about the complex issues facing public power utilities.
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Engagement strategies and tools to improve the customer experience, increase renewable program participation, and allow a smooth transition to the evolving world at the grid edge. Part of the Customer Engagement: New Tools and Strategies for Modernizing Customer Relations Webinar Series.
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This is part of a series of monthly posts reflecting different thought leader perspectives on utility rate design. All five opinion pieces appear in full in Leadership in Rate Design: A Compendium of Essays , which was designed to help public power utilities to rethink rate design strategies in the
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The public power utility serving San Antonio, Texas, launched the next phase of its plan for a flexible generation portfolio over the next 20 years, which includes adding solar, storage, and natural gas.
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The Lower Colorado River Authority has signed a contract to add 141 megawatts of solar power to its generation portfolio to serve its wholesale customers beginning in 2021.
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The Public Power Statistical Report is the central source for American Public Power Association members to find data from the Association and state and federal agencies that detail key aspects of public power and the electric utility industry. The report includes: Generating capacity and generation
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Saying the plant is no longer economic in an evolving California energy market, a unit of General Electric is seeking to decommission and demolish a 750-megawatt power plant in California, according to a regulatory filing.
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Legislation was introduced on June 10 in the U.S. Senate that would modernize the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act of 1978 (PURPA).