Nominate Fortnightly Top Innovators
Frontlines & Op-Ed
Let’s see to it – together, you and PUF – that everyone learns about these heroes. In English, or Latin, tell us about the most extraordinary of your colleagues who are literally remaking our industry.
Celebrating the Extraordinary
Albert Einstein didn’t rest on his laurels after his Annus Mirabilis papers in 1905. And I doubt the Top Innovators rest after their breakthroughs.
Austin, Columbus, San Antonio, Spokane, suburban Birmingham
A smart city uses tech and data for faster city services, safer streets, smoother traffic flow, easier parking, more ways to get around, 5G everywhere, cleaner air and water, sustainable energy.
The states are calling the plays on power’s future. Often policies are night and day on the east and west side of the borders of contiguous states.
76 Under Forties from 44 Utilities, Commissions, Etc.
It was exciting for me to wonder what additional great accomplishments lay before them in their careers. It's enough to make me feel young too.
It is special to go in-depth with workers at all levels of the utility, to peel back the layers, and spend time getting to know them.
They want the public to know that they do care, that there is a human being making sure their electric, gas and water services are adequate, and rates are just and reasonable.
Be There in 2020
The panel consisted of Leo Denault, CEO of Entergy, Arshad Mansoor, senior vice president of EPRI, Connecticut’s Elin Swanson Katz, president of NASUCA, and N. Carolina’s Edward Finley, first vice president of NARUC.
Where We Are, Where We Need to Go
This special issue takes readers inside the latest goings-on in smart communities, cities and states.