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How a Minnesota utility is facing up to the energy-water nexus.
ALLETE is making a major strategic transition into the broader world of energy services, exemplified by its recent purchase of U.S. Water Services.
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The  cost of the proposed ozone rule could be catastrophic ... or not. 
Estimates of the potential cost of the EPA's proposed new ozone rule vary widely.
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Sorry, the powermag.com site is temporarily down. Please check back later today for this week's POWERnews stories!
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A fuel cell in your pocket? Yes. 
After decades of potential but limited deployment, fuel cells are beginning to carve out a role in grid-scale generation (see “59-MW Fuel Cell Park Opening Heralds Robust Global Technology Future” in the May 2014 issue). Now, continually falling costs are bringing fuel cell generation all the way down to the consumer level.
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The US baseload fleet is shifting rapidly in character. 
More stringent air and water pollution rules and low natural gas prices are expected to transform the overall U.S. power profile over the next few decades.
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Wind and solar capacity is growing rapidly around the globe, but outputs vary dramatically by country.
A snapshot of installed capacity and electricity produced by wind and solar power in 10 countries.
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Economics may change for marginally profitable nuclear plants if the EPA's proposed carbon rules are implemented. http://www.powermag.com/nuclear-plants-on-the-edge-could-benefit-from-clean-power-plan/
A couple of recently released reports offer some hope for the future of nuclear power plants operating on the fringe of profitability. Moody’s Investors
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Batteries are set to change just about everything on the grid.
Falling prices and technological improvements have brought utility-scale batteries into competition with distributed generation, and peaking resources.
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Your available workforce is shrinking but your needs are not. Here’s what you need to do.
When qualified workers are difficult to locate, some companies are finding that technology and service contracts allow them to do more with less.
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CHP is an important part of generation in many areas, but it's well short of its potential. 
Despite its efficiency and environmental benefits CHP generation has languished at around 10% of worldwide capacity for more than a decade.
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What US generators expect for 2015.
Generating companies have different challenges topping their lists for the coming year, depending on their service territory—from integrating renewables, to responding to several new federal regulations, to anticipating variable natural gas prices. All, however, are confident their companies have the flexibility to respond to the changes ahead.
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There are some interesting employment and payroll numbers in the Census Bureau data too.
http://www.powermag.com/power-sector-fossil-fuel-revenues-decrease-while-renewable-energy-grows-rapidly/
The U.S. Census Bureau released data on Nov. 18 showing that revenues for electric power generation industries that use renewable energy resources grew 49%
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