Connecting the Dots
Fortnightly Magazine - July 2021
“Join us as we seek to simultaneously raise more funding for our program partnerships and our newly approved foundation and deliver impactful services to our community.”
“Customers are more aware of their energy use today. They’re becoming more aware of how that energy is produced, whether it’s a clean source or whether it’s not a carbon-free source.”
“When I go to a client meeting today, the females often outnumber the males. It’s changed drastically in the last 25 years. The women in the meetings are in leadership positions.”
Embrace the Change
The compounding impact of rapid technology, business model, operational, customer, and policy change requires recalibrating investment priorities and a more aggressive pursuit of strategic resiliency.
Risks of Adopting New Methodologies
The existing transmission system is being asked to accomplish something it was never designed to do – deliver large amounts of wind and solar energy long distances to the homes and businesses that need it.
A More Flexible Grid
Shifting generation almost entirely toward zero-carbon sources will require the build-out of substantial new transmission capacity.
From Theory to Practice
There has never been more urgency to align gas utility planning and regulation with state and federal climate policies.
George Westinghouse and Thomas Edison attend a birthday unveiling for Nikola Tesla at the World's Columbian Exposition on July 10, 1893.