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How Long Will Natural Gas Be A Bridge Fuel?

The United States is probably looking at natural gas as an important bridge fuel for at least two more decades. Globally, natural gas will probably continue to grow in importance through at least 2050. Read more here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/rrapier/2018/09/09/how-long-will-natural-gas-be-a-bridge-fuel/#4002e96d4579
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U.S. Wind Turbines Are Getting Less Powerful—and That's a Good Thing

Wind turbine manufacturers are deliberately putting the brakes on the maximum generation capacity of their turbines - holding back the peak possible power, with the result that turbines produce more electricity, not less. Read more here: https://www.popularmechanics.com/science/energy/a23120126/us-wind-turbines-are-getting-less-powerfuland-thats-a-good-thing/
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George Westinghouse

An American inventor and industrialist who was chiefly responsible for the adoption of alternating current for electric power transmission in the U.S. Read about George Westinghouse here:  https://www.britannica.com/biography/George-Westinghouse
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NRG Chief Executive: We Need More Retail Electricity Competition

As Nevada considers opening up more retail choice, the CEO of NRG writes about the importance of competition. Read more here: https://www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/competition-and-the-future-of-power#gs.B884QOA
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CAISO RC Wins Most of the West

CAISO's Reliability Coordinator will dominate the West Coast, Idaho, Montana, Nevada and Utah - areas heavily represented in the Energy Imbalance Market. Read more here: https://www.rtoinsider.com/caiso-wecc-spp-reliability-coordinator-rc-99601/
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