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View Resource Moving Beyond Paralysis: How States and Regions Are Creating Innovative Transmission Projects, May 2009 – May 2010

A 21-page report, it is widely believed throughout the electric power industry that more transmission is needed in the United States to maintain grid reliability and to meet growing demand. The level...

http://www.nrel.gov/wind/systemsintegration/pdfs/2009/innova...
View Resource TVAkids.com

Web site on electric power generation, green energy, and protecting the environment.

http://www.tvakids.com/index.htm
View Resource CERES Clean Energy Utility Benchmarking Report: 2016

"Benchmarking Utility Clean Energy Deployment: 2016" provides a window into how the global transition toward clean energy is playing out in the U.S. electric power sector. Specifically, it reveals...

https://www.ceres.org/resources/reports/2016-clean-energy-ut...
View Resource EPRI Journal

EPRI Journal is the flagship publication of the Electric Power Research Institute. It provides in-depth reporting on electricity sector R&D, industry and technology news, EPRI thought leadership, and...

http://eprijournal.com/
View Resource Renewable & Alternative Energy Portfolio Standards

This map shows states with standards requiring electric utilities to generate a percentage of electricity from renewable energy sources.

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc31153/
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