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We cover the power generation industry

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Net metering and energy storage - Curt Ledford

4/26/2018
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Nevada law has included net metering provisions for more than 20 years. Net metering is an arrangement that allows energy generated by a customer’s leased or purchased solar system to offset monthly power bills. It also permits excess energy supplied to the grid to earn credits, which are then automatically applied to future billing periods in which more energy is consumed than produced. Historically, net metering was a one-for-one transaction in Nevada. For every kWh supplied to the grid,...

Duration:00:32:55

Distributed Energy Solutions - Dalia El Tawy

4/18/2018
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More and more people are finding distributed energy solutions are the answer for their power resource challenges. Distributed energy comes in many forms. Renewables such as solar and wind are top-of-mind when most people think of distributed resources, but natural gas-fired generation is often a good fit too, because it adds reliability to the system and is a consistent source of backup power. Energy storage is also a logical piece of the distributed energy puzzle. Wind and solar are...

Duration:00:27:45

Power Industry Faces Change - Bill Johnson

4/5/2018
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Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) CEO Bill Johnson in an exclusive interview with POWER suggested that the power industry continues to face an uncertain future. Johnson said that during his 40-year career, he has seen more change in the last five years than in the previous 35 combined. Several indicators imply that will continue going forward. According to Johnson, one thing driving change is declining demand for power, which has resulted from efficiency improvements, a shift toward a...

Duration:00:11:30

Diversification Key for TVA - Joe Grimes

3/25/2018
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Joe Grimes, executive vice president of generation with the Tennessee Valley Authority, gave the keynote presentation during the ELECTRIC POWER Conference and Exhibition, which was held March 19–22 in Nashville, Tennessee. His presentation focused on steps TVA is taking to diversify its generation portfolio in order to reduce risks and keep costs as low as possible for customers. TVA was created by Congress in 1933. According to its website, TVA was “charged with a unique mission—to...

Duration:00:04:47

Watts Bar 2 Nuclear Project - Mike Skaggs

3/25/2018
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The Watts Bar 2 nuclear unit has a lengthy and well-chronicled history. Construction began on the unit in 1973. It was suspended in 1985 due to slower electricity demand growth, rising construction costs due to inflation and new regulatory requirements stemming from the accident at Three Mile Island in 1979, and regulatory concerns throughout the Tennessee Valley Authority’s (TVA’s) nuclear fleet. A study was conducted—beginning in 2006—to evaluate energy needs, schedule, cost,...

Duration:00:04:47

Mexican Electricity Sector Deregulation - Jose Valera & Kristen Ford

10/12/2017
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Two experts from the law offices of Mayer Brown discuss how deregulation has affected the Mexican electricity sector. They explain how the power generation mix is evolving, risks that potential investors should be aware of and tips to mitigate those risks, and they touch on financing.

Duration:00:37:14

Robin Rigg Wind Farm - Rebecca Williams

9/21/2017
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Episode 1 of The POWER Podcast. Rebecca Williams, partner with Watson Farley & Williams LLP, reviews the Robin Rigg wind farm case.

Duration:00:47:18