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  • Modernizing the Electric Grid
    THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY, though perhaps nowhere more evident than in New York and California, regulators and utilities have begun to respond to the technological advances and heightened competitiveness of renewable energy resources. Adding to the urgency felt by those in the business is the recognition that much of the nation's existing electric utility infrastructure is aging.Weather patterns may
  • The Great Natural Gas Build-Out
    CONSUMERS DON'T MUCH CARE how their homes are heated or what fuel is used to generate the electricity they use. What many of them care most about is the cost. The result, as most know, has been increased demand for natural gas, thanks to its cost-advantage.Natural gas consumption in the United States and Canada is projected to increase by an average of 1.2 percent per year through 2035, according


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