Once known as demand-side management, the implementation of products and practices designed to modify electricity consumption are proven methods for electricity providers and consumers to control usage. This field is now referred to as “demand response” or “intelligent efficiency.” In today’s era of rising electricity prices and desire for green and sustainable businesses, electrical contractors are wise to familiarize themselves with this field and the various measures that can help their commercial, industrial and residential customers achieve greater control of their energy consumption and costs.
The U.S. Court of Appeals today, Wednesday, denied a call for a stay on further power auctions under the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's "new capacity zone" that is raising electricity prices in the mid- and lower Hudson Valley.
The Yuma Sun has spent the past few weeks attempting to track down intended purpose and destination of the giant electrical transformer (seen here) which recently made its way here. The 17 feet tall, 20 feet wide, 350 feet long electrical transformer slowly snaked its way across Arizona to Yuma from the New Mexico border. At 1,040,500 pounds, or about 520 tons, the transformer was hauled by a semi-truck on a specialized bed supported by 25 axles.
A lineman, fastened to a hovering helicopter, works on a pole seen from Route 236 in South Berwick. The work is being done as part of the Maine Power Reliability Program, a five-year, $1.4 billion project to upgrade the existing 115-kilovolt system and construct new 345-kilovolt high-voltage transmission lines from Eliot to Orrington.Deb Cramfirstname.lastname@example.org