Seattle City Light
Fortnightly Magazine - November 2020
“We’re starting to understand that recovery, especially in urban areas, will be slower than we had hoped.”
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
“Our company can make sure we’re doing everything possible to have a level playing field, and open doors, to create a place where all talents can thrive.”
“The unique contributions that USEA is making are extraordinary in the international and national communities.”
“We have to clean electricity. There will be more coal to gas. There will be more renewables, but we need to make sure the largest source of clean energy, nuclear, stays online.”
2020’s Lessons on Grid Hardening
The new normal of COVID-19 and pandemic-related health requirements has coincided with the new reality of increasing severe weather events and fires.
What are They Good For?
Modern electric system capabilities are rendering demand charges obsolete, with a few narrow exceptions.
The AUC asked PUF for help engaging all of you, our readers, to help understand what the employee of tomorrow will look like and what that means for the employee of today.
The purpose is to demonstrate capacity of grid-interactive efficient buildings to improve energy intensity of homes and businesses, and to validate buildings’ potential to provide flexibility and resilience to the energy system as a whole.