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Energy Management Professionals Group

This group focuses on proactive, organized and systematic management of energy use to satisfy both environmental and economic requirements specifically in the context of utility run or managed programs.

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Jeopardy - Green New Deal

What better of a way to talk about the Green New Deal than by comparing it to America’s favorite guessing game? While the game of Jeopardy operates in fact based questions, the Green New Deal legislation posed to congress, seems to lack them.

A path for FERC to settle tensions in Capacity Markets; look to NAESB OASIS as the model

FERC may wish to consider the success of the NAESB OASIS standard when looking for a solution to Capacity Market problems. A proposal called AOCE is ready to begin work on a Capacity Market standard in NAESB.

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