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    The U.S. Supreme Court
    View from the Top | Jul 03, 2015 | Allen Greenberg
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    Insight Article | Jul 02, 2015 | Tim Probert
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  • Warming up to microgrids
    Insight Article | Jun 30, 2015 | Peter Key
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    Insight Article | Jun 29, 2015 | Staff Writer
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    Insight Article | Jun 29, 2015 | Kathleen Wolf Davis
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  • Italian university envisions microgrids
    View from the Top | Jun 26, 2015 | Kathleen Wolf Davis
    We're traditionally a magazine that talks to utilities. But, these days, we're chatting more and more with newer options and entrants into the power industry field. Today, we chat about a microgrid project at the University of Genoa's Savona campus with Federico Delfino, professor of power system engineering at the university.

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