Utilities plus telcos: The case for an arranged marriage

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Utilities plus telcos: The case for an arranged marriage Richelle Elberg Thu, 06/10/2021 – 00:05 The notion of power utilities and telecommunications companies combining or working together is not new. Both small and large utilities, telcos and cellular companies (“cellcos”) have carefully tried partnering in a typically limited fashion. than legacy telcos or utilities can dream of knowing. In other words, let telcos and utilities merge and compete.

Utilities plus telcos: The case for an arranged marriage

AGreenLiving

Utilities plus telcos: The case for an arranged marriage Richelle Elberg Thu, 06/10/2021 – 00:05 The notion of power utilities and telecommunications companies combining or working together is not new. Both small and large utilities, telcos and cellular companies (“cellcos”) have carefully tried partnering in a typically limited fashion. than legacy telcos or utilities can dream of knowing. In other words, let telcos and utilities merge and compete.

How cities can influence the energy system

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Policy and regulatory decisions made by states, utilities, public utilities commissions and wholesale market governing bodies determine the clean energy procurement options available to cities and counties. Partnering with investor-owned utilities Cities and counties often are required by state law to buy electricity from a regulated investor-owned utility (IOU) and lack the ability to choose their electricity supplier or generation source.

How cities can influence the energy system

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Policy and regulatory decisions made by states, utilities, public utilities commissions and wholesale market governing bodies determine the clean energy procurement options available to cities and counties. Partnering with investor-owned utilities Cities and counties often are required by state law to buy electricity from a regulated investor-owned utility (IOU) and lack the ability to choose their electricity supplier or generation source.

Five Principles For Taming the Wild West of Beyond the Grid Clean Energy Policy

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Define Utility Regulations In The Off-Grid And Mini-Grid Space: This is perhaps the largest looming threat to the burgeoning beyond the grid clean energy industry. There simply is no policy certainty for companies in this market, and policymakers need to ensure light touch regulation that accommodates, rather than precludes, the growth of the clean energy industry by, amongst other things, defining what constitutes a utility and benchmarking prices to protect consumers.

Electric truck fleets will need a lot of power, but utilities aren’t planning for it

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Electric truck fleets will need a lot of power, but utilities aren’t planning for it Stephen Nadel Tue, 08/04/2020 – 01:11 As more electric buses and trucks enter the market, future fleets will require a lot of electricity for charging. While some utilities in California and elsewhere are planning for an increase in power demand, many have yet to do so and need to get started. Utilities will need to be ready to power electric fleets.

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Electric truck fleets will need a lot of power, but utilities aren’t planning for it

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Electric truck fleets will need a lot of power, but utilities aren’t planning for it Stephen Nadel Tue, 08/04/2020 – 01:11 As more electric buses and trucks enter the market, future fleets will require a lot of electricity for charging. While some utilities in California and elsewhere are planning for an increase in power demand, many have yet to do so and need to get started. Utilities will need to be ready to power electric fleets.