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In remarks made on the first day of the American Public Power Association’s Public Power Connect Virtual Summit and Business Meeting, Joy Ditto, APPA’s President and CEO, said that the power sector must be committed to increasing diversity at every level and detailed how APPA is moving to strengthen and renew its commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Security and Resilience (Cyber and Physical)
Any utility key accounts manager knows that commercial and industrial customers never want their operations disrupted by power outages, which results in lost profits and harms their reputations.
Bonds and Financing
The New York Power Authority sold more than $1.2 billion in bonds to finance capital expenditures related to the Power Authority’s transmission assets and other capital projects, NYPA reported on May 29.
Disaster Response and Mutual Aid
A few tips and resources to help you update your preparedness program for a hurricane season starting on top of the COVID-19 pandemic
Community Engagement
Celebrate the different reasons and processes through which public power utilities have come into existence across three eras: early electrification, after the development of the Tennessee Valley Authority, and in the 21st Century – and how each promotes staying community owned.
The founding of the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority and how its founding vision to have the utility serve the Navajo Nation continues today.