Grid Modernization Articles

This Infrastructure Week, We Can’t Forget About Residential Infrastructure

Norwalk, Connecticut – 05/12/2023 – Every year during the third week of May – National Infrastructure Week – a little extra attention gets paid to the state of America’s infrastructure. This includes everything from airports, bridges and roads to drinking water,...

Climate Change Will Cost Cooperatives Millions if Not Addressed

Climate change spells lowered efficiency, increased expenses and more outages – the only thing members dislike more than rate increases – and as the demand for energy increases, the problems around climate change only loom larger. The decade between 2000 to 2010 was...

Electric Vehicles Expand Energy Equity Opportunities

The transportation sector has been the largest CO2 producer in the United States since 2017 when it surpassed power generation, a sector which reduced CO2 emissions through the switch from coal to natural gas and growth in renewables. Transportation is currently...

Can Cooperatives Thrive and Grow in an Environment of Decarbonization?

Natural gas cooperatives have a long history of growing their member base by promoting the virtues of natural gas when compared to other energy options: natural gas is clean-burning, energy efficient and cost effective. The expanding concerns about climate change and...