PUF 2.0 - November 15, 2017

To Further Electrify

How much energy should/could be electrified?

Further electrifying wouldn’t make sense if cleanliness in its production, and efficiency in its usage, had been purchased with electricity’s essential advantages as payment.

Electrification Voices: Tom Fanning

A strategic blueprint for the way forward

PUF's Steve Mitnick: Tell me what gets you excited about EPRI's Efficient Electrification initiative.

Tom Fanning: I think the potential demise of the electric utility industry has been way overstated. In fact, I view the electrification initiative as a strategic blueprint for the way forward for electricity use in America.

It has so many advantages: economic, environmental, and operational. It's going to be good for customers, good for the economy, and good for the utility industry.

Electrification Voices: Mark Bonsall

CEO, Salt River Project

“A good example is the number of major airports looking to change out the airport ‘tugs’ that move the baggage and push planes, from diesel driven to electric driven.”

Electrification in Action

AeroFarms and GP’s Customer Resource Center

Efficient electrifying is much more than an initiative with growing support and momentum. Look around – it’s happening.