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by Ethan HowlandAPPA NewsPosted January 16, 2020
Partly driven by falling renewable energy prices, at least 70,000 megawatts of coal-fired capacity could be shuttered this decade, on top of the 24,000 MW that is already set to retire, according to Morgan Stanley & Co.
by Susan PartainAPPA NewsPosted January 16, 2020
In a report released January 15, S&P Global noted that it expected its credit ratings for public power and electric cooperatives to remain resilient and stable despite “significant credit disruptors” for the industry overall in 2020.
by Peter MaloneyAPPA NewsPosted January 15, 2020
Several trade groups, including the American Public Power Association and the Utilities Technology Council, on Monday released a report warning of the risks if the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) opens up the 6 GHz bandwidth to unlicensed users.
by Ethan HowlandAPPA NewsPosted January 15, 2020
The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission must consider the environmental effects of a power plant slated to be built in Wisconsin, according to a state appeals court, which overturned the agency’s approval of the project.
by APPA StaffPosted January 15, 2020
Members of the American Public Power Association are invited to nominate candidates for the American Public Power Association's 2020-2021 board of directors. The nomination form can be found here and must be submitted electronically by February 11, 2020.