Expert's Take on Three Questions
Fortnightly Magazine - February 2019
Industry expert Miki Deric evaluates how respondents answered three of the questions and offers his take-aways.
Workforce of the Future
An awesome way to create excitement and confidence among middle and high school girls in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Age-Old Power of Deadlines
Tight deadlines and face-to-face utility pitches fueled an approach to transform New York State utilities' procurement processes.
Look Across the Pond
When a taxi driver offers a stock tip, it usually means that it is time to sell. When the taxi driver brings up climate policy, you wonder how the issue became taxi cab parlance.
This article describes the post-hurricanes scenarios that led to the development of a new policy, the importance of microgrids, a description of the new proposed energy policy that passed the Puerto Rico Senate last November, and implementation challenges of the new proposed policy.
Carbon, Cost, Change
Proponents on each side claim to be cheaper than the other side by excluding large externality costs.
Standardizing for Grid Resilience
EPRI developed an initiative to establish standard metrics that any utility can adopt, track, and make meaningful comparisons across the industry.
Energy Security Responsibly Delivered
How do federal, state, tribal, utility, and other stakeholders use innovations in an integrated manner to solve problems and seize opportunities?
Why Are We There?
This is the first in a series of articles that will describe the Energy Technology and Governance Program, its work in the region, and its tangible benefits to the United States.