Month: April 2022

Cleco designates Feb. 15 as Power Plant Employee Appreciation Day

Cleco designates Feb. 15 as Power Plant Employee Appreciation Day Approximately 400 employees operate and maintain Cleco’s 23 generating units at nine power plant facilities across the state. To thank them for their role in keeping the lights on for customers across Louisiana, Cleco has designated Tuesday, Feb. 15 as Power Plant Employee Appreciation Day. …

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Virtual Power Plants: Energy for Your Home and the Grid

Virtual Power Plants: Energy for Your Home and the Grid By Julia Roether, Southern California Edison Virtual power plants are a relatively new solution for customers seeking to increase their resiliency to extreme weather and provide clean energy to the grid when it needs it. They are drawing more interest from homeowners looking to support …

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After stakeholder input, Duke Energy files Phase II electric transportation program in N.C.

After stakeholder input, Duke Energy files Phase II electric transportation program in N.C Following six months of stakeholder input, Duke Energy recently filed an additional $56 million proposal of Phase II programs to continue the advancement of transportation electrification in North Carolina. The filing follows the November 2020 N.C. Utilities Commission (NCUC) order approving the …

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Eversource Invests in Educational Success

Eversource Invests in Educational Success Benjamin Franklin once wrote, “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” Electric companies are committed to unlocking benefits for the customers and communities they serve, along with building the successful, qualified, and diverse workforce they will need for the future. Today, many companies are finding that investments in education …

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A veteran’s perspective: Finding a renewed sense of purpose in clean energy

A veteran’s perspective: Finding a renewed sense of purpose in clean energy By Greg Gebhardt, Strategic account manager, Duke Energy Glasgow. Kabul. Fort Bragg. Eight time zones and more than 11,000 miles separate these locations, yet one segment of our population is uniquely connected to all three: veterans. As I think about the time I …

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Con Edison Customers Want Clean Energy; Technology And Company’s Commitment Are Making It Possible For Them To Get It

Con Edison Customers Want Clean Energy; Technology And Company’s Commitment Are Making It Possible For Them To Get It Con Edison After decades of little change in their business model, companies that provide the energy to light, heat, and cool Americans’ homes and businesses are embracing a new mission. Energy companies are using technology and …

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Mutual Assistance and Supply Chain Best Practices

Mutual Assistance and Supply Chain Best Practices By Keith Hull, VP Distribution and Operations, Oncor As we all witnessed, 2020 and 2021 brought extreme weather and environmental conditions across the country, from hurricanes in the Gulf and Atlantic, to wildfires across the west, and significant windstorms in the midwest and northeast. During this same period, …

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