In the early 1990s, I led a team at one of the power industry’s large equipment manufacturers to look into aging utility infrastructures and determine what it meant for both the future of our industry and the company....More
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has approved a stipulation and consent agreement between FERC’s Office of Enforcement and the North American Electric Reliability Corp. and Imperial Irrigation District (IID) that includes a $12 million civil penalty and a number of compliance requirements.
The winds of change are blowing in the utility generation landscape. In the past, base-load generation was crucial and dynamic response to changing conditions didn't matter as much. Today's evolving landscape forces utilities, who have typically been slow to adopt new distributive generation technologies, into giving them a try. For more information on this topic, download the free white paper: The age of the new energy miner: unearthing new options for grid reliability in the era of coal retirement.