The versatile reciprocating engine is increasingly being selected to meet the challenges faced not only by commercial users but also by investor-owned utilities, municipal utilities… Read More »Reciprocating engines see new life from utilities, commercial installments
Dan Nemes of MN350 (an organization addressing the global climate crisis), offers this op-ed in the 6 February issue of Rochester, Minnesota’s Post-Bulletin, opposing the… Read More »Op-ed: Should public utility commissions regulate cooperatives?
This article is reprinted from CFC Solutions News Bulletin (23 January 2017). The 19 member distribution cooperatives of Kansas Electric Power Cooperative (KEPCo), a generation… Read More »New CREBs Aid Kansas G&T’s Prairie Sky Solar Farm
Georgia’s 42 electric membership cooperatives (EMCs) provide power to nearly half the state’s 9.4 million residents and more than 70 percent of its land area.… Read More »Plans for Georgia’s Wind Energy Make Slow Progress – But State Utilities Still Push Forward
Renewable Portfolio Standards gaining steam across the U.S. but what does that mean for a federal program?
A Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) is a regulation that requires the increased production of energy from renewable energy sources, such as wind, solar, biomass, and… Read More »Renewable Portfolio Standards gaining steam across the U.S. but what does that mean for a federal program?
AHC attorneys David R. Cook and Roland F. Hall identify a number of considerations in developing renewable energy projects in a recent AHC Construction Alert. They combine their energy and construction expertise to remind project owners and developers of a few key points that arise in most projects. In the coming week, AHC Attorney David R. Cook will also address another extremely important consideration in renewable energy and energy efficiency projects: construction delay.