Fortnightly Magazine - September 2017

Those Without Power

Our Electrification Mission Remains, Even Here

Whether in Liberia or Arizona, no grid connection means darkness in several senses of the word.

Navajo Homes

No Electricity, Gas, Water, Phones for Many Thousands

Approximately 15,000 homes on the Navajo Nation do not have electricity. It costs $70,000 to connect electricity to one home.

Energy Giant Still Leading

Natural gas: Important role for our energy future

Innovation is critical to make the utility even more relevant, and also to be able to provide economic, reliable service to the customer.

Investing in Innovation

Identify incoming changes, partner with start-ups

Imagine a world where you spend exponentially less to provide better service to your customers.

Powering America's Jobs

Power industry: More than 2.5 million jobs

A new report provides the most comprehensive study on the full dimension of jobs, employment and broad economic impact of the electric power industry.

Powerless in a Sierra Leone Prison

Not surprisingly, the juvenile prison is a low priority for the National Power Authority.

With a population of almost six million, Sierra Leone has an electrification rate of just five percent.