• Championing Flexibility: Path to Security. Keeping the Enemy at Bay
    Insight Article | Dec 18, 2014 | Gary Hayes
    Before leading their forces into battle, generals make sure they have a solid, comprehensive plan. They also know, however, that the enemy is doing the same. Once the battle is joined, commanders on both sides must be prepared to adjust their tactics in response to battlefield conditions and events.
  • SEPA prez brings in the light
    Insight Article | Dec 16, 2014 | Kathleen Wolf Davis
    Julia Hamm, president and CEO of the Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA), opens up the utility industry to the sun-both literally and figuratively.
  • Moving Toward Gas Transport
    View from the Top | Dec 14, 2014 | Martin Rosenberg
    The natural gas industry is in the thick of America's energy revolution, exploring new growth opportunities in transport and beyond, according to Ron Jibson, Questar chief executive officer.
  • IEEE provides guidance on president's energy review
    Insight Article | Dec 11, 2014 | Damir Novosel
    The power industry worldwide is in transition and the drivers of change are profound and diverse. New technology trends, environmental needs, weather patterns, higher public expectations for reliability and quality of supply and regulatory requirements all mark this transition.
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    Insight Article | Dec 09, 2014 | Jamie J Meyers
    Why would a retail drugstore company design and build a carbon-neutral store? Walgreens’ net zero energy project in Evanston, Ill., is a leading example of how an organization can express its brand strategy through the built environment.
  • The Challenge of Infrastructure Investment
    View from the Top | Dec 07, 2014 | Martin Rosenberg
    The gas industry is investing in upgrading its network and working to find new ways to pay for the upgrades. That is a key focus of executives, says Scott Prochazka, CenterPoint Energy chief executive officer.

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