Electric Utilities

x. Electric Utilities
I have written and edited articles about the power industry for over five years. In every issue of Electricity Today Magazine, I wrote an editorial on a myriad of issues (for example, the phase out of coal and Smart Grid privacy). I also wrote feature articles for publication. Here are some samples for your review.

ELECTRICITY TODAY
OPENING THE DOOR TO GRID MODERNIZATION
Modernizing the power grid is the proposed answer to North America’s aging electricity infrastructure problem. Some visualize grid modernization as a combined sector/government effort to replace aging infrastructure with new up-to-date equipment. However, realizing this vision is a challenge.

ELECTRICITY TODAY
TIME TO PHASE OUT COAL
If the power industry is serious about protecting the environment and reducing carbon emissions, then regulators and utilities need to focus on closing coal-fired power plants.

ELECTRICITY TODAY
COPPER THEFT: A CALL TO ACTION
Copper theft has caused governments, utilities, and power sector organizations to take notice. The Canadian Electricity Association (CEA) details just how damaging copper theft has become to the  power industry and its customers.

ELECTRICITY TODAY
SAFETY AWARENESS RULES FOR UTILITIES
New provincial regulations require mandatory basic occupational health and safety training in Ontario. These regulations set out a number of requirements.

MISSISSAUGA LIFE
POSITIVE ENERGY
Ontario’s Liberal government is cutting power bills by 10 percent, a discount that could result in an average annual savings of $150 per household.

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