Energy Delivery

Article
July 18, 2012

On Aug.19, Oregon Institute of Technology students will join their professor, Dr. Slobodan Petrovic, in Tanzania, where they will install solar energy systems for schools and hospitals.

Article
July 16, 2012

Grid 21, in partnership with Oncor, launched the 2012 Biggest Energy Saver Campaign on June 20, 2012, to reward eligible, participating customers who use their advanced meter data to reduce their energy usage and potentially lower their electric bills.

Article
July 9, 2012

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo last week announced that the New York Power Authority Board of Trustees had approved $30 million to advance market development and commercialization of new energy efficient technologies, helping support the growth of New York State's clean energy economy while also reducing costs and improving efficiency at public facilities statewide.

Article
July 6, 2012

Will ratepayers pay more for better service? Maybe it's time to ask

Article
July 3, 2012

These men and women serve their communities without applause or even much notice …and without bagpipes.

Article
July 2, 2012

Regulatory incentives move customer-side solutions forward.

Article
July 2, 2012

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has issued a final rule that promotes more efficient operation of the transmission system amid increasing integration of variable energy resources and benefits electric consumers by ensuring that services are provided at just and reasonable rates.

Article
July 2, 2012

DTE Energy has lauded a report on advanced meters by the staff of the Michigan Public Service Commission.

Article
June 18, 2012

Oncor has become one of the first utilities in the nation to respond to a national initiative as it provides its customers with another tool to monitor and manage their energy use as it launches The Green Button on the state's Smart Meter Texas Portal.