Wind Generation O&M Strategies: Lessons from Conventional Generation

How can an operator extract the most value from assets?

What does it mean now to run a large fleet of sometimes disparate assets, economically and efficiently?

How will wind play the role of good citizen on the grid?

The answers to these questions may be informed by the lessons from conventional generation fleet operators who have had to deal with these issues before us.

In the North American Clean Energy’s September/October issue, ScottMadden’s Todd Williams, partner, provides insight on lessons learned from conventional generation and discusses the best approach to a success path for wind operators who face the need to manage geographically separate, market-differentiated, OEM-diverse, fleets of assets.

To learn more, download the article here.

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The Energy Industry Update - Volume 16 - Issue 2

The energy industry is changing, and its regulatory and financial moorings are shifting. Competitive markets combined with other factors may lead to early nuclear unit retirement. Continuing changes in energy supply and demand patterns create a complex operation environment for electric utilities. Federal and state policy lines are beginning to blur as states have been increasingly intervening in FERC domain seeking favorable outcomes for their citizens and other local constituencies. In our Update, themed “As Yogi Berra Might Say…,” we look at the unusual picture drawn by the juxtaposition of these changes.

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