Power Breakfast for June 12, 2014


A nearly daily round-up of news for your consideration:

  • The first hearing on the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed rule limiting carbon emissions from existing power plants is scheduled for June 19 before the House Energy and Commerce subpanel, The Hill reports.
  • The Energy Department announced more than $10 million for projects to improve the reliability of the nation’s power grid. From the EIN News article:

    “This investment which includes six projects across five states- California, Hawaii, Missouri, North Carolina and Washington – will help further the deployment of   advanced software that works with synchrophasor technology to better detect quickly-changing grid conditions and improve day-to-day grid reliability.”

  • Google is developing tools to help utilities manage power lines and other infrastructure more efficiently, says Bloomberg.
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