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My last two weeks have been spent in planes, trains and automobiles. I have been in upstate New York, Southern California, and New York City. Public power systems across the country should be paying close attention to what is going on in New York and California, to glean lessons learned. We should
Community Engagement
I spent April on the East and West Coasts. Since then, I have been travelling in the Nation's Heartland. I have eaten dinner with Harry and Bess Truman (really!) and the members of the Transmission Access Policy Study Group (TAPS) at the Truman Library in Independence, MO, had brats and beer with
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Electricity Markets
Generation
APPA commends @lisamurkowski on putting together the first comprehensive energy package since 2005. APPA is ready to work with @SenateEnergy to improve Americans' access to affordable, reliable, and environmentally responsible electric power. Sue Kelly testifies on hydropower licensing, mandatory
Community Engagement
APPA staff has just gotten back from our 2015 National Conference in Minneapolis, which went from June 5 through 10. Our annual gathering is an opportunity to meet and learn from each other, and to remember why we do what we do. In the end, it really is all about the retail customers — providing
Community Engagement
Distributed Energy Resources
In 2015, APPA is celebrating its 75th Anniversary. We here at APPA wanted to mark that occasion in a way that rings true with public power's mission and its roots—improving people's lives by providing them with reliable, affordable electric power. After all, that is what our members do every day in
Community Engagement
Joint action agencies provide a great variety of services to their member distribution utilities — from "bread and butter" power supply and wholesale transmission services to value-added services like energy efficiency programs and rate studies. The analogy of the pack is very applicable to the