We Must Keep in Mind Their Work
Growing New Relationships
From Ideation to Commercialization
Insights from Competitive Industries
CEO of NiSource
Duke Energy, Southern Co., Dominion
A response to the May 2017 From the Editor by PUF Editor-in-Chief Steve Mitnick
A more active and informed citizenry, involved in plotting electricity's path forward, isn't a cold, hard truth. It's a good thing.
Legislators Need Context For A Rate Increase
Most public officials do not understand or consider risks associated with the generation, transmission, and distribution of electricity to the end user. Neither does the public at large. Lost or ignored is the fact that the health and welfare value of electricity far outweighs the slight increase in cost.
The Energy Action Project investigates why energy poverty exists, and who is doing what to address it.
Jointly developed by journalists and energy experts, The Energy Action Project (EnAct) aims to address two social issues: high levels of energy poverty and low levels of energy literacy, even in energy-rich areas.
A Future of Distributed Ledgers