Fortnightly Magazine - April 2020
A key will be for utilities to share the results of their comparative data analysis and modeling development with organizations, and with that information transmitted to other utilities.
Bold Visions Require New Paradigms
In the same way Hawaii innovated in electricity production and distribution more than a century ago, the state continues to define the future of electrification, this time through renewables.
We Need the Grid
Grid governance, ownership, and regulation must also be redesigned.
Improving Project Delivery
As a best practice tool for managing programs and projects, a PMO can be used to retain and disseminate institutional knowledge for generations of future utility professionals.
A Golden Opportunity
Utilities need to consider modernization a golden opportunity to unite officials, consumers, and industry on a quest to reimagine transmission.
February 27 – March 4
The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association’s 2020 Annual Meeting brought some 7,000 attendees together in New Orleans.