Cars & Kilowatts: Driving the Point Home

If you read my column regularly, you know I love a good analogy. I’m throwing a new one out this month to try to make [...]

By | May 30, 2017|Country Lines, Rates, Views|0 Comments

A Tale of Two Energy Innovators

Thomas Edison essentially launched the modern electric utility industry when the Pearl Street Station in Manhattan began generating electricity on Sept. 4, 1882. It was [...]

By | March 30, 2017|Country Lines, Rates, Smart Grid, Views|0 Comments

Your Opinion Matters Here

This month we will drop about 5000 letters in the mail inviting members to join us for one of eight district meetings. Names are selected [...]

By | February 7, 2017|Country Lines, Rates, Views|0 Comments

Cost is more than the commodity

When did you last enjoy dinner out? Maybe it involved an elegant setting with soft music, candlelight, and chefs with fancy pleated hats preparing your [...]

By | December 28, 2016|Country Lines, Rates, Reliability, Views|0 Comments

The cost of comfort and convenience

There’s comfort in convenience. After mowing, it’s nice to walk into your cool home. As the ravenous kids arrive home after soccer practice, it’s easy [...]

By | June 7, 2016|Rates, Reliability, Views|0 Comments