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Purdue Study Suggests Indiana Utilities Must Learn to Live with No Load Growth
A recent study by Purdue states that Indiana electricity demand for the next 20 years is expected to be flat. Sources point to increasing energy efficiency as a main reason for lower growth in Indiana's electric usage. How does this impact rates in a state that has been known for its low-cost advantage?
Natural Gas Liquids — The Little-known Reason for the Shale Gas Boom
Shale gas is rapidly changing the dynamics of natural gas markets. However, the shale boom cannot be fully understood without also recognizing and understanding Natural Gas Liquids (NGLs) and the critical economic ties they have to shale gas.
The Future of Energy
Can the Nation's Largest Merchant Generator Thrive in a Transition to Distributed Energy?
In a world of declining load growth driven by energy efficiency and increasing viability of distributed generation, utilities are faced with finding new strategies for success. The CEO of NRG Energy, the largest merchant generator in the U.S., recently provided a glimpse into how NRG plans to bridge today's utility model with "a distributed generation-centric, disaggregated future."
Recently Released Electric Industry Overview v3 Features New Look and Updated Content
We recently released an updated version of our popular online course Electric Industry Overview. Get a demo of the new version as well as a behind-the-scenes glimpse at our process of ensuring that Enerdynamics' online courses are timely, accurate, and effective training tools.
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