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Posted By: Dan Delurey - President, Wedgemere Group
On: April 27, 2016
Missed Part 1? View it here. In my last column I looked backward and talked about past forays into competition within the electricity sector. Now it is time for me to toss out my thoughts on where we are going from here. Let's begin by imagining that you are the  more...
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Posted By: Dan Delurey - President, Wedgemere Group
On: April 4, 2016
Sometimes in order to see where we are going it is important to look at where we have been. That is likely true of the evolution of the electricity sector. You may have missed the news a couple of weeks ago that the Advocacy Group COMPETE closed up shop. COMPETE was  more...
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Posted By: Michael Smith - CEO, GreenSmith Public Affairs
On: March 22, 2016
The White House is standing-up a Water Resources intra-agency organization which will function like the go-go days of the Department of Energy with "shovel ready" projects which helped spark today's solar, smart grid and alternative energy industry. According to White House officials interviewed the night before the White House Water Summit, the  more...
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Posted By: Rick Barnett - Consultant, Green Builder
On: March 7, 2016
The 1980 USDOE report (DOE/PE-0020), “Low Energy Futures for the United States” evaluated US efficiency programs, and concluded that the country was moving toward a point where “efficiency improvements provide primary fuel savings that more than offset the growth in the demand for energy services” (page 20).  Numerous other studies  more...
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Posted By: Nick Santora - CEO, Curricula
On: March 2, 2016
That’s right you have heard correct. The CIP V5 compliance effective date has been moved to July 1, 2016. This is great news and quite a bit of breathing room if you are an entity in scope for CIP V5 compliance. This does not mean to stop the momentum you have  more...
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Posted By: Stephen Heins - Former Vice President of Corporate Communications, The Word Merchant, LLC
On: February 24, 2016
Eighteen states challenging the legality of U.S. EPA's Clean Power Plan have halted planning discussions following the Supreme Court decision to stay the regulation, according to a review by E&E staff. Of the 47 states affected by the rule, nine are weighing whether to stop preparing or perhaps slow down  more...
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Posted By: Stephen Heins - Former Vice President of Corporate Communications, The Word Merchant, LLC
On: February 11, 2016
Given the fact that I wrote this presentation 10 years ago for WREC Conference in Italy, I find little of it that I am embarrassed about. The names and the companies have changed, but many of the issues are still the same. Foremost, the continuing importance of energy efficiency, especially in Central and  more...
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Posted By: Stephen Heins - Former Vice President of Corporate Communications, The Word Merchant, LLC
On: January 8, 2016
This is a brief editorial on the recent Wall Street Journal: 'Brushing Back a Lawless EPA'. While it may be said that calling the EPA "lawless" seems a bit extreme, there are some of us who see many basic flaws in the EPA's Clean Power Plan: (1) The medical computation  more...
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Posted By: Jehmal Hudson - Attorney, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
On: October 13, 2015
Now that a government shutdown was temporarily averted, both chambers face significant legislative challenges. Among the legislative challenges are several bills that need action before pending expiration dates. One bill that must be addressed is a tax extenders bill, which may impact the renewable energy industry. The Energy Policy Act  more...
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Posted By: David L. Suter - Principal, Harness, Dickey & Pierce, PLC
On: September 1, 2015
A number of legal and industry publications have discussed the increase in patent litigation in the clean energy industry. This is hardly a surprise, as increased commercial potential has fueled increased R&D, and increased patent activity. A seemingly inevitable result is patent litigation, as companies either fight for market share  more...
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