70% of Nepal’s rural population lack grid access
Fortnightly Magazine - July 2017
25,000 traditional water mills are scattered in Nepal’s hilly terrain, many abandoned for decades.
Designing for the Future
The utility of the future will be more renewable, distributed and democratic because it can be and it must be, given the arc of technology, economics and human preference.
Insights from Competitive Industries
It is imperative for utilities to better understand customer needs before someone else does.
Research And Development Is Key
Environmental groups have become increasingly vocal in their opposition to natural gas. They see natural gas as a barrier to achieving climate change targets. In the minds of some observers, they are emulating the Tonya Harding approach to energy.
From Ideation to Commercialization
Utilities need to master becoming a more commercial enterprise without abandoning their historic service legacy.
Orchestration in the Energy Cloud
The economies-of-scale, one-way delivery model is fading. Performance, choice command a premium.
Challenges for Mass. and New York
What hurdles do New York and Massachusetts face in meeting their renewable portfolio standards?
Reliability is the primary objective for utilities; cybersecurity must support this critical goal.
Technology & Customer Expectations
APPA's Public Power Forward initiative acts as an information clearinghouse for our members, helping them learn from each other.