Colorado Springs Utilities has signed a 17-year power purchase agreement for all the output of a 175-megawatt (MW) solar power project coupled with a 25-MW, four-hour battery energy storage system being developed by juwi.
Washington State’s Snohomish County PUD is teaming up with FleetCarma on a two-year study of driving and charging patterns and other data related to electric vehicles.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) is seeking comments on the potential risks to the bulk electric system posed by equipment and services produced or provided by entities identified as risks to national security.
Staff of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and the North American Electricity Reliability Corporation (NERC) have published a report detailing utility best practices for response and recovery from cyber attacks.
After months of analysis and assessment, APPA President & CEO Joy Ditto has announced the following changes, effective October 1, with a goal of better prioritizing and aligning APPA’s activities to serve its members:
The rapid activation of the American Public Power Association’s mutual aid network to Hurricane Sally, which made landfall near Gulf Shores, Ala., as a Category 2 hurricane, created a smooth path for equipment and crews to be deployed in an effective manner, said Jon Hand, Executive Direct of Electric Cities of Alabama, on Sept. 18.
SAGE Development Authority has launched a crowdfunding initiative for the next phase of its 235-megawatt (MW) Anpetu Wi wind farm.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Sept. 17 approved a final rule that allows for distributed energy resource (DER) aggregators to compete in regional organized wholesale electric markets.
The American Public Power Association has joined the National Community Solar Partnership (NCSP), a program sponsored by the Department of Energy that aims to expand access to affordable community solar to every American household by 2025.
Monitoring Analytics, the Independent Market Monitor (IMM), recently filed identical protests in at least thirteen market-based rate (MBR) triennial filings at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.