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Public Utilities Fortnightly, the nearly century-old magazine on electric, natural gas and water utility regulation and policy, provides these podcasts to drill deep on the most important industry trends in an engaging format.

Podcast Utilities Fortnightly Steve Mitnick, Editor-in-Chief

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Public Utilities Fortnightly, the nearly century-old magazine on electric, natural gas and water utility regulation and policy, provides these podcasts to drill deep on the most important industry trends in an engaging format.

    July PUF Excerpt: Saluting IBEW & Utility Workforce

    July PUF Excerpt: Saluting IBEW & Utility Workforce

    The PUF team reads a few favorite excerpts from the cover article of July's Public Utilities Fortnightly, "Saluting the IBEW and Utility Workforce."

    • 5 min
    July PUF Excerpt - Day at Idaho PUC, Virtually

    July PUF Excerpt - Day at Idaho PUC, Virtually

    The PUF team reads a few favorite excerpts from a special article in July's Public Utilities Fortnightly, "A Day at the Idaho PUC, Virtually."

    • 7 min
    Best of PUF May 14 Extra Edition

    Best of PUF May 14 Extra Edition

    On the May 13th landmark order of the Federal Communications Commission, enabling private LTE networks for utilities air-gapped from the public Internet, FCC Chair Ajit Pai and U.S. Senator Mark Warner talked with the PUF team, including on the cybersecurity benefits that are so important to the resilience of electric utility service. Steve Mitnick and Alex Revel of the PUF team read some excerpts from PUF's May 14 Extra Edition, with some of the most important things that the FCC Chair and Senator told us.

    • 7 min
    Fortnightly Electricity Report, April 28

    Fortnightly Electricity Report, April 28

    The virus crisis' impact on the nation's electricity usage, coal and zero-emission power plant market shares, carbon dioxide emissions and carbon intensity are the headlines of this second edition of the Fortnightly Electricity Report. After four weeks of shelter-in-place virtually nationally, how was the electric grid transformed? Steve Mitnick, Kevaghn Hinckley and Alexandra Revel of Public Utilities Fortnightly break down the numbers nationally and by the thirteen regions and highlight the huge effects on greenhouse gas emissions particularly and the unprecedented mix of electric generation.

    • 7 min
    Fortnightly Electricity Report, April 1-14

    Fortnightly Electricity Report, April 1-14

    The virus crisis' impact on the nation's electricity usage, peak hourly demand, coal and zero-emission power plant market shares are the headlines of this first edition of the Fortnightly Electricity Report. After two weeks of shelter-in-place virtually nationally, how was the electric grid transformed? Steve Mitnick and Alexandra Revel of Public Utilities Fortnightly break down the numbers nationally and by the thirteen regions and highlight the huge effects on greenhouse gas emissions particularly and the unprecedented mix of electric generation.

    • 8 min
    Coal's Market Share of Electricity Supply

    Coal's Market Share of Electricity Supply

    This fourth episode of Podcast Utilities Fortnightly takes a deep dive into the history over the decades of coal's market share in U.S. electricity supply and how it's falling rapidly in recent years with a huge impact on the grid's carbon footprint. This January, coal plants produced just nineteen percent of our electricity, an all-time record low. How did we reach this point? That's the subject of this ten-minute program.

    • 8 min

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