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MISO, Utilities Report Issues on Winter Readiness

Are utilities better able to withstand widespread winter storms today than they were last February, when 216 people died as a result of the largest grid outage in U.S. history? The answer seems to be ‘Yes” in some respects and... Read more

Final Report Released on February Electric Grid Outages

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) and various regional entity staff Nov. 16 released their final report and recommendations on the February 2021 Cold Weather Outages in Texas... Read more

MMUA Conducts Comprehensive Industry Survey

MMUA is conducting a comprehensive industry survey aimed at informing the organization’s evolution during these challenging times. The survey is currently open for input from those who spends their days working in or supporting municipal... Read more

Grid Coordinators Call for Policymaking Collaboration

The best energy policies can easily flounder, say electric grid coordinators, without close coordination on planning, cost allocation and siting issues. So warned the Eastern Interconnection Planning Collaborative (EIPC), a coalition of 19... Read more

Grand Rapids Seeks Conductor Cable

A Classified Ad isn't normally front page news, but with supply chain issues a hot topic these days and this one affecting a municipal utility, it deserves more attention. Grand Rapids Public Utilities (GRPU) is looking for any vendor or... Read more

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