Living on Lava
It’s no secret Central Oregon sits on and near volcanoes—but is having them erupt in our lifetime an actual threat?
There is so much to do when visiting Boise, Idaho for the first time. The capital of Idaho is full of history, outdoor activities, breweries, and more. Here are our favorite things to do in Boise, Idaho for a first-time visitor.
Ernest Hemingway led an amazing life. He spent time in Paris and Cuba, and perhaps less known, he also had a home in Sun Valley, Idaho.
Italy is a large country full of thousands of years of history. If you are planning a visit, it would be hard to see everything in less than a week, but I would recommend a few weeks at least. Here is my itinerary for one week in Italy.
Offseason travel can be fun for many reasons — you can save money and avoid the crowds. While you may have to make some sacrifices, there are plenty of reasons to travel in the offseason.
To meet the nation’s continually evolving power needs, additional transmission must be planned for now and built as soon as possible to ensure both the resilience of the United States electrical grid and to meet 2030 clean energy mandates.
Electric utilities will seize the opportunity to expand their role in leading the clean energy transition while improving the customer experience in 2020, Deloitte forecasts in its 2020 Power and Utilities Industry Outlook.
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has proposed a new framework for the electrification of transportation in the state, but electric utilities are not yet on board with the idea. The CPUC plans to hold a teleconference to discuss the topic on March 23.
Like a number of other states, Idaho is working to determine how to make net metering rates fairer for all customers.
The Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) has completed its review of comments around the state’s new net metering statute, and has decided to bring in an expert to help it manage the implementation.
The utility industry may be more vulnerable to cybersecurity threats than previously realized, according to a new report by Siemens and the Ponemon Institute.
Former U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz is focused on the future of decarbonization, and he joined a Bipartisan Policy Center event on Thursday to speak about different aspects of the technology, specifically direct air capture.
South Carolina voted in November to lower Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act (PURPA) rates for utilities while also shortening solar contracts in the state. Six out of seven of the South Carolina Public Service Commission (PSC) commissioners voted in favor of the changes.
Hawaiian Electric Companies are working to encourage Hawaii residents to embrace electric vehicles (EV), in part, by focusing a new study on where best to locate an expanded public charging network on the islands.