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Participating in Power: A Practical Guide to Utility Resource Plans for Local Governments

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Participating in Power: A Practical Guide to Utility Resource Plans for Local Governments

To meet 21st century decarbonization and social equity priorities, utilities need to transform the way they plan power sector investments. One of the most important opportunities to encourage these changes is to become an effective participant in the development of a utility integrated resource plan (IRP). An IRP shapes the thinking of utility executives, regulat... By David Farnsworth, Jake Duncan

Participating in Power: A Practical Guide to Utility Resource Plans for Local Governments

Rebalancing energy levies is a practical way to increase the electrification of heat

Every year households in the UK install about 1.7 million gas boilers. In May, the Heating and Hotwater Industry Council reported that 2021 looks to be a record year for gas boiler sales, with year-to-date sales up 41 per cent from 2020. So far, low-carbon heating occupies a small — although growing — niche in the heating market. One important factor suppo... By Jan Rosenow, Richard Lowes

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