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California, Maryland and Connecticut are zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) states that are in the top tier of rankings included in the Electrification Coalition’s inaugural “ZEV Scorecard.”
A key pillar of the public power model is to be responsive to what customers want. The energy sources public power utilities use are diverse and reflect a careful balance of what community members need and which sources are available to the community.
The public power business model — also known as municipal ownership — is an American tradition rooted in community. In place since the 1880s, the model is simple: distribute electricity to local customers on a not-for-profit basis. The focus is on customers. Rates are cost-based. Service is reliable...
Since the Clean Air Act was amended in 1990, which set emissions standards for power plants and other facilities, the electricity sector has made strides in retrofitting coal-fired plants to reduce the amount of harmful pollutants released into our air. These investments have not only contributed to improved air quality, but...
Kicking off the American Public Power Association’s National Conference in New Orleans, La. on June 18, Sue Kelly, president and CEO of the Association, urged public power utilities to heed three global trends to consider how to serve customers in the future.