Category Archives: Protologue

House Bill 11 is Wrong for PA

At a glance, the arguments in support of adding a nuclear tier to the state's AEPS seem to have some merit. But a deeper dive shows that HB11 would unfairly enrich investors at a cost of $500 million/year to ratepayers.

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Energy is a Community Conversation

More and More Communities are "Ready for 100" It’s never been more obvious that energy is a COMMUNITY conversation. More and more we see municipalities making “Ready for 100” announcements, committing to a version of the Paris Climate Accord, e.g. 100% renewable energy (RE) for electricity by 2035 and for all sources by 2050. These…
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How do Senior Living stakeholders view Energy?

The results are in! We asked attendees of the 2018 LeadingAge Conference & Expo about the changing electrical grid & its impact on senior living. Respondents (n=41) included a cross-discipline mix of senior living community leaders and employees (nursing, financial, operations, facilities, etc.), professional service providers (developers, architects, engineers, builders), and even a few grad students.…
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Integrated Energy Visioning

Does your senior living community have an integrated energy vision? With today's changing grid, energy should be at the core of your planning efforts – controlling costs, ensuring its availability and adequacy, aligning it with your organization's mission and community's values. New combinations of well-understood technologies make it possible to meaningfully advance these directives in…
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