Advanced metering and demand charges give efficient and equitable price signals to customers.
A response to the article by Chris King and Bonnie Datta in our December 2015 issue.
Consumers should embrace clean energy alternatives only after educating themselves on the technologies and necessary commitments
Letters to the Editor: A response to the article by Charles Cicchetti and Jon Wellinghoff in our December 2015 issue
Time-varying rates is an effective way to satisfy customer demands.
A tough legal and financial terrain is confronting producers, utilities and regulators.
Why a residential demand rate developed 40 years ago is increasingly relevant today.
An electric car in every driveway, a battery in every garage.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission set a June 2017 deadline for two of three Western U.S. operating nuclear power plants to conduct in-depth analyses of their updated earthquake risk. The NRC is requiring Columbia (Benton County, Wash.) and Diablo Canyon (Avila Beach, Calif.) to submit their detailed risk analysis by June 30, 2017. The NRC continues to examine information from Palo Verde (Wintersburg, Ariz.); if the agency concludes the plant needs the in-depth risk analysis it must complete the work by Dec. 31, 2020.
Arizona Public Service completed work on one of the largest transmission construction projects in the west - a 500-kV power line that connects Phoenix to Yuma. The 110-mile transmission line runs from the Hassayampa substation (near the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station) to the North Gila substation in Yuma. Called HANG2, the $200 million project is the second route connecting the Valley to Yuma. Construction planning for the HANG2 line began more than a decade ago, as Southwest Arizona's population began to rapidly expand.