EVOLVING ENERGY LANDSCAPE REQUIRES FRESH LOOK AT INFRASTRUCTURE
Investment in transmission infrastructure is the best means for delivering customer benefits by efficiently facilitating the integration of evolving technologies and new fuel sources.
EFFECTIVE VEGETATION MANAGEMENT PROGRAM ROOTED IN COMMUNITY DIALOG AND ENVIRONME…
Those who work at utilities know that keeping incompatible trees away from power lines remains one of the most challenging aspects of our work as utilities – putting our companies close to people and the natural surroundings we all treasure.
GRID TECHNOLOGIES WORKING IN CONCERT CAN BRING HARMONY TO OUR ENERGY FUTURE
The rapid expansion of renewable energy, the deployment of new distribution and storage technologies, and ever-increasing ways Americans are using electricity among issues utilities wrestle with in emerging energy landscape.
POLICYMAKERS NEED CREDIBLE DATA FOR EVALUATING ORDER 1000 FIXES
Study from Concentric Energy Advisors is most comprehensive to date; finds no basis to expand scope of transmission solicitation processes.
ITC OFFERS STRATEGIES FOR NEW ENERGY FUTURE AT 2018 CERA WEEK
At Premier Industry Conference, ITC Executives Offer Strategies for a New Energy Future
THE TRUTH ABOUT THE NEED FOR ELECTRIC TRANSMISSION INVESTMENT: MYTHS DEBUNKED
London Economics International highlights myths about transmission investment that are distracting to future investment and security of electricity supply.
TRANSMISSION INVESTMENT BENEFITS CONSUMERS AND LOCAL ECONOMIES
Electric transmission projects produce diverse and quantifiable benefits during their long lives. – London Economics International
JOBS STUDY INFOGRAPHIC
The U.S. Electric Power Industry Creates American Jobs and Supports a Healthy Economy- Powering America Report
NREL SEAMS STUDY
The latest in a growing body of evidence supporting grid modernization comes from the high-profile National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL).
ASCE REPORT CARD
Electric delivery in the U.S. depends on aging and complex patchwork system of power generation facilities, transmission and distribution grids, local distribution lines, and substations. The American Society of Civil Engineers gives energy infrastructure a grade of D+.