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By Paul CiampoliAPPA News DirectorPosted October 16, 2018
A recent declaratory ruling and order issued by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC or Commission) that the FCC said could help to remove regulatory barriers that inhibit the deployment of infrastructure necessary for 5G and other advanced wireless services may also result in FCC pole attachment oversight and regulation of publ...
By Susan PartainAPPAPosted October 16, 2018
Keeping the electric grid secure takes commitment from many sources — utility staff and leaders, third-party vendors, and state and federal government. While technology plays a part, experts cite a variety of nontechnical factors that strengthen a utility’s cyber defenses.
By Peter MaloneyAPPAOctober 12, 2018
Distributed energy resources are coming, even though the regulatory and legal structures in wholesale power markets are still evolving, experts said at an American Public Power Association conference in Charleston, S.C., earlier this week.
By Peter MaloneyAPPAPosted October 12, 2018
Two regulatory and legislative issues stand out for the public power community out of a long list of pending issues, American Public Power Association officials told attendees at an Association conference in Charleston, S.C., on Oct. 9.
KPP is seeking an individual experienced in municipal government to lead KPP efforts in strengthening and maintaining relationships with Members. The Kansas Power Pool, a Municipal Energy Agency, is an entity comprised strictly of Membership by Kansas municipal electric utilities. KPP is pursuing a high performance individual with the ability to build collaborative relationships. The candidate’s depth of experience with open records, open meetings, the management ...