Calendar of Events

Nov 24, 2014 | Washington, DC
Dec 08, 2014 to Dec 09, 2014 | Washington, DC
Jan 14, 2015 to Jan 16, 2015 | San Diego, CA

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PUR Guide 2012 Fully Updated Version

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A Framework for Developing and Evaluating Utility Substation Cyber Security

The utility industry is under pressure to improve substation automation cyber security. Manufacturers of substation products use proprietary or product-specific methodologies for managing device security.

As a result, standardization and ease of management of these devices is lacking. Download this white paper to learn about processes and procedures for securing a substation.

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Gas-Fired Power Generation USA: Market Report

With current EPA regulations, abundant supply and low natural gas prices ushering in a “golden age” for gas power generation in the US, major utilities and IPPs are seeking to capitalize on this clean-burning, abundant and cheap fuel.

NRG Home Solar Expands Operations in California

NRG Home Solar opened two new California offices in Merced and San Diego, adding to the NRG footprint in the state. These offices will add to existing presence and further build on the company’s energy operations around the state including the recent expansion of the NRG eVgo electric vehicle charging network. NRG Home Solar is offering solar loans for the first time to homeowners starting in California and expanding to other states.

Emera Sells Its Interest in Northeast Wind

Emera will sell its 49% interest in Northeast Wind Partners II (Northeast Wind), to its 51% partner, First Wind Holdings (First Wind) for $223.3 million. Northeast Wind owns and operates a 419-MW portfolio of wind generating assets located in the Northeast United States. Emera acquired its interest in Northeast Wind in 2012. Emera's sale is part of a larger deal which will see 100% of First Wind sold to a third party, and is conditional on that transaction closing.

SunEdison and TerraForm Power Sign Definitive Agreement to Acquire First Wind for $2.4 Billion

SunEdison and TerraForm Power signed a definitive agreement to acquire First Wind for $2.4 billion. SunEdison will purchase over 1.6 GW of pipeline and backlog projects, which have been added to TerraForm Power's call right project list and are expected to be operational in 2016-2017. Included in the transaction is an additional 6.4 GW of project development opportunities.

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