Getting in Gear
Fortnightly Magazine - March 2018
For the U.S. EV marketplace to get out of first gear, utilities need to play a more active role.
Vision for the Future
We propose basic strategies to transform the current electrical system into one in line with U.S. mainland standards.
Potential Unintended Consequences
A high-level assessment of the largest utilities’ exposure levels and the importance of the development of a thorough understanding and segmentation of customers.
It is little wonder why so many commissions prefer a regulatory model that shields most consumers (especially residential) from real time market volatility.
Coordinating Three Missions
When air quality standards and rules change, they profoundly affect the power sector.
New tax law decreases the revenue requirement and the deferred taxes for electric utility companies.
A Bad Policy Idea That Refuses to Die
We hope Congress will reject the proposed sale of TVA and PMA transmission assets and the proposed conversion to market-based rates.
Vulnerable City Plans for Future
New Orleans ranked third among forty-eight cities for highest median home energy burden.
UUAS Partners with FTC
It is not too late to join the campaign. The FTC welcomes new partners and encourages everyone to join in its consumer education initiative.