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Public Power Underground is Northwest Public Power's premiere info-tainment weekly news series written, edited, and published by the Power Department. On our weekly shows, we cover northwest public-power and public-power-adjacent news. The series originated as a pandemic diversion when physical distancing policies caused the Power Department to transition to remote work and zoom department meetings. It evolved to a platform to talk to peers across the region on topics affecting consumer-owne ...
 
The Public Health Power Hour from Vital Strategies looks at how the world around us shapes our health, and how we can shape our environments so that everyone, everywhere has the potential for great health. Vital Strategies is a global public health organization that seeks to accelerate progress on the world’s most pressing health problems. Our team combines evidence-based strategies with innovation to help develop and implement sound public health policies, manage programs efficiently, stren ...
 
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Lea Fisher, Ahlmahz Negash, PhD, Dan Catchpole, and Paul Dockery cover electric utility and electric-utility-adjacent news in Season 5, Episode 3. 06:32 - introduce Ahlmahz Negash, PhD as new co-host for Public Power Underground Ahlmahz has been a recurring guest on Public Power Underground and even accepted the designation of a Special Corresponde…
 
In the latest episode of Public Power Now, Dawn Roth Lindell, General Manager of California public power utility Burbank Water and Power, provides details on the utility’s recently announced agreement for its first utility-scale battery storage project and discusses the utility’s plans to build a new substation.…
 
After attending the National Harm Reduction Conference in San Puerto Rico, Gloria Malone of the Overdose Prevention Program chats with two Puerto Rican harm reduction advocates. Tanagra and Carla share their insights on what Harm Reduction in Puerto Rico looks like and the unique challenges and work they are doing to save and improve lives in Puert…
 
Travis Kavulla, Abigail Sawyer, Dan Catchpole, and Paul Dockery cover electric utility and electric-utility-adjacent news in Season 5, Episode 2. 05:51 - energy angles to election coverage Abigail Sawyer coverage of elections in the Southwest in California Energy Markets Anne Ernst coverage of California elections in California Energy Markets Dan C…
 
In the latest episode of Public Power Now, Greg Phipps, General Manager of the Reading Municipal Light Department, details the steps that the Massachusetts public power utility has taken to maintain high levels of reliability and details his long-term goals for RMLD.American Public Power Association による
 
In the latest episode of Public Power Now, Jason Grey, Director of Utilities at Virginia public power utility Danville Utilities, details the utility’s recently energized battery energy storage system and discusses its plans for a new substation.American Public Power Association による
 
Kieran Connolly, Dan Catchpole, Abigail Sawyer, and Paul Dockery kick off the Season 5 premier of Public Power Underground. 06:11 - what evolution into a centrally dispatched market means for a hydro-centric region SPP Sees Markets+ as Potential Path to Full RTO in the West Carrie Simpson to serve as Southwest Power Pool’s director of western servi…
 
The latest episode of Public Power Now features a conversation between Joy Ditto, President and CEO of the American Public Power Association, Jackie Flowers, Public Utilities Director at Tacoma Public Utilities in Washington, and Gary Ivory, General Manager of Douglas County PUD in East Wenatchee, Washington. Joy, Jackie and Gary discuss the benefi…
 
Globally, one in three children –up to 800 million–have blood lead levels that are higher than deemed safe by the World Health Organization. Despite clear evidence of harm, many countries do not have sufficient capacity to monitor or regulate lead and protect their people from widespread exposure.In this episode, we discuss how lead affects childre…
 
In the latest episode of Public Power Now, Bill Johnson, general manager of the Kansas City Board of Public Utilities, details how the utility has successfully positioned itself to earn high marks from rating agencies and discusses the utility’s renewable energy portfolio.American Public Power Association による
 
In the latest episode of Public Power Now, Rudy Garza, CPS Energy’s President and CEO, details how the utility has responded to ongoing supply chain challenges facing the electric utility sector, as well as provides additional details on the utility’s FlexPOWER Bundle initiative.American Public Power Association による
 
It’s not news that what we eat has a huge impact on our overall health. What’s not commonly known is that 8 million deaths are associated with poor diet –accounting for 19% of non-communicable disease deaths. Increasingly, ultra-processed foods and beverages have become readily available and have dramatically changed the way people eat, resulting i…
 
In the latest episode of Public Power Now, Ursula Schryver, Vice President, Strategic Member Engagement & Education, discusses the benefits of attending APPA conferences and offers details on upcoming APPA conferences.American Public Power Association による
 
In the latest episode of Public Power Now, Teresa Broyles-Aplin, President and CEO of Nashville Electric Service, discusses her priorities as the new President and CEO of the utility and detail how NES works with the Tennessee Valley Authority in areas such as the development of renewable energy projects and energy upgrades for low-income customers…
 
In the latest episode of Public Power Now, Justin Driscoll, who recently received confirmation from the New York Power Authority’s Board to serve as President and CEO of the Authority, discusses NYPA’s VISION2030 strategic plan and details his long-term goals as President and CEO of NYPA.American Public Power Association による
 
UNGA, the United Nations General Assembly, sets policy for the United Nations. As we face generational challenges—rebuilding public health post-COVID, climate change, political instability—the successes and challenges of this global coordinating mechanism have come into focus. In this episode of the Public Health Power Hour we discuss“Does UNGA Mat…
 
In the latest episode of Public Power Now, John Godfrey, Senior Government Relations Director at American Public Power Association, discusses the recently enacted Inflation Reduction Act and how the new law will affect public power.American Public Power Association による
 
In the latest episode of Public Power Now, Angela Song, Transportation Electrification Portfolio Manager at Seattle City Light, details Seattle City Light’s efforts to build out electric vehicle charging infrastructure and discusses what she sees as the key challenges and opportunities for Seattle City Light when it comes to electrification.…
 
In the latest episode of Public Power Now, Paul Zummo, Director, Research & Development, at APPA, discusses the recent release of the Municipal Utility Community Solar Workbook, a free how-to guide for utilities interested in exploring community solar.American Public Power Association による
 
In the latest episode of Public Power Now, Elliot Mainzer, President and CEO of the California Independent System Operator, discusses how the CAISO grid has responded this summer in response to increased power demand with hotter temperatures and details how CAISO is responding to the dramatic growth of utility-scale storage in the state.…
 
In the fifth installment of Public Power Underground’s Electric Market Enthusiasm series, an expert panel including Laura Trolese (Senior Market Design & Policy Analyst, The Energy Authority), Carrie Simpson (Director - Western Markets, Xcel Energy), and Jeff Spires (Director - Power, PowerEx) discuss different choices made in market paradigms and …
 
The latest episode of Public Power Now features a conversation between Joy Ditto, President and CEO of the American Public Power Association, and Tangela Johnson, a consultant, executive coach, speaker and author. Joy and Tangela discuss workforce and corporate culture issues.American Public Power Association による
 
Over the past year, the Public Health Power Hour podcast has featured leading voices in the public health space. In this special episode, Sandra Mullin, Senior Vice President, and Steve Hamill, Vice President of our Policy Advocacy and Communication team, reflect on segments from their favorite episodes in a roundup of moments you shouldn't miss on…
 
Richard Glick, the Chair of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), joined Crystal Ball, Matt Schroettnig, and Paul Dockery for the fourth installation of our Electric Market Enthusiasm series. We try to keep it light while discussing transmission, batteries, price formation, the incremental approach to market expansion, governance, and FE…
 
In the latest episode of Public Power Now, Jeff Lyash, President and CEO of the Tennessee Valley Authority, discusses TVA’s recently issued request for proposals for up to 5,000 megawatts of carbon-free energy and TVA’s ongoing interest in small modular reactors.American Public Power Association による
 
Paul Dockery, Jason Fordney, Abigail Sawyer, and Dan Catchpole field listener submitted questions from all types of energy enthusiasts. Plus, we have a Bluey Inspired intermission game with the Honorable Katie Mapes, Matt Schroettnig, and Jon Hart. 03:12 - Dan Campbell wonders about the DER value proposition for Public Power 13:24 - Dr. Kyri Baker …
 
In the latest episode of Public Power Now, Paul Zummo, Director for Research and Development at APPA, discusses a new report he prepared about electrification including potential benefits and challenges tied to electrification.American Public Power Association による
 
In the latest episode of Public Power Now, John McCaffrey, senior regulatory counsel at APPA, discusses the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s recent proposal on generator interconnection reforms.American Public Power Association による
 
Bear Prairie, the General Manager of Idaho Falls Power, is the last interview in our Electric Utility Recruiting series! In this 8th and final episode Bear reminds Humaira, Brian, and Paul that public power is a movement, and encourages all of us to spread the message throughout or communities. Idaho Falls Power is a municipal electric utility that…
 
Crystal Ball is bringing the power of good ideas to Public Power Underground with her appearance in our Electric Utility Recruiting series. The entertaining conversation with Crystal Ball, Humaira Falkenberg, Brian Fawcett, and Paul Dockery includes Crystal’s recruiting pitch that “Electric utilities are sexy again.” Public Power Underground is an …
 
In her new book, Under the Skin:The Hidden Toll of Racism on American Lives and on the Health of Our Nation, award-winning writer Linda Villarosa argues that any effort to close the gap in health outcomes must also address the structural racism that underpins the U.S. health care system. She points to the adverse impact historical myths about Black…
 
In the latest episode of Public Power Now, Jeffrey Stewart, Director of Louisiana public power utility Lafayette Utilities System, details key takeaways from a recent Electric Utility Storm Response and Recovery Summit and discusses his long-term goals as director of the utility.American Public Power Association による
 
Marc Farmer, Clatskanie PUD’s General Manager, joins Humaira Falkenberg, Brian Fawcett, and Paul Dockery on Public Power Underground to participate in our Electric Utility Recruiting video series. Marc also gives a great pitch for joining Clatskanie PUD. Clatskanie PUD is an Oregon electric utility serving the communities and surrounding areas of C…
 
In the latest episode of Public Power Now, Jim Robb, President and CEO of the North American Electric Reliability Corporation, details NERC’s 2022 summer reliability assessment and discusses supply chain challenges facing the power sector.American Public Power Association による
 
Sarah Edmonds, the Western Power Pool’s President and Chief Executive Officer, join Humaira Falkenberg, Brian Fawcett, and Paul Dockery on Public Power Underground to participate in our Electric Utility Recruiting video series. Before kicking off the interview she encouraged us to broaden our approach to include all electric utilities in our target…
 
The latest episode of Public Power Now features a conversation between APPA President and CEO Jot Ditto and Gary Gibson, general manager of City Utilities in Springfield, Missouri. Joy and Gary discuss supply chain challenges facing the electric utility sector.American Public Power Association による
 
Kurt Miller, Dan Catchpole, KC Mehaffey, and Paul Dockery get together for a regularly formatted episode to talk about electric utility and electric-utility-adjacent news from a Power Department’s perspective. The crew covers the Murray-Inslee draft report, Australia’s electric market getting suspended, natural gas price slump after a fire, transfe…
 
Scott Corwin, Scott Simms, Scott Rhees and Scott Coe joined Humaira Falkenberg, Brian Fawcett, and Paul Dockery on Public Power Underground to participate in our Electric Utility Recruiting video series. Scott Corwin is the Executive Director of NWPPA. Scott Simms is the Executive Director of Public Power Council. Scott Rhees is the General Manager…
 
In the latest episode of Public Power Now, Jimmy Staton, President and CEO of Santee Cooper, details his priorities for South Carolina’s state-owned electric and water utility and discusses the development of Santee Cooper’s integrated resource plan.American Public Power Association による
 
Sarah Giomi recruits college students for Energy Northwest’s Public Power Internship program. Thankfully, she agreed to join Humaira Falkenberg, Brian Fawcett, and Paul Dockery on Public Power Underground to participate in our Electric Utility Recruiting video series. Energy Northwest is a joint operating agency formed by the Washington state legis…
 
In the latest episode of Public Power Now, Amy Zubaly, Executive Director at the Florida Municipal Electric Association, discusses how Florida public power utilities have been preparing for this year’s hurricane season.American Public Power Association による
 
Professor Frank Wolak, the Holbrook Working Professor of Commodity Price Studies in the Department of Economics at Stanford University who also works as the Director of the Program on Energy and Sustainable Development, joins Paul Dockery for the third installation of our Electric Market Enthusiasm series. 04:13 - my lede for Professor Wolak’s work…
 
Mark Johnson, the General Manager of Flathead Electric Cooperative, joins Humaira Falkenberg, Brian Fawcett, and Paul Dockery on Public Power Underground to participate in our Electric Utility Recruiting video series. Flathead Electric Cooperative serves over 56,000 members in and around the area of Kalispell and Libby, Montana. It has grown from 8…
 
The latest episode of Public Power Now features an episode of Public Power Conversations with APPA’s President and CEO Joy Ditto. Joy speaks with Kevin Gaden, president & CEO of the Illinois Municipal Electric Agency, and Dave Osburn, general manager of the Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority, about some of the recent developments in the natural gas…
 
John Hairston, CEO and Administrator of the Bonneville Power Administration, joins Humaira Falkenberg, Brian Fawcett, and Paul Dockery on Public Power Underground to participate in our Electric Utility Recruiting video series. Before John’s recruiting pitch, Humaira Falkenberg opens with a message of change, a message of hope, and a message of incl…
 
In the latest episode of Public Power Now, Jon Beasley, Vice President for Training and Safety at Electric Cities of Georgia, who is here to discuss recent revisions that have been made to APPA’s Safety Manual.American Public Power Association による
 
Elliot Mainzer, the President and Chief Executive Officer of the California Independent System Operator (ISO), joined Crystal Ball, Matt Schroettnig, and Paul Dockery for the second installation of our Electric Market Enthusiasm series. We try to keep it light while discussing governance, transmission, price formation, stakeholder engagement, and C…
 
In the latest episode of Public Power Now, Brandie Ekren, the Executive Director of Michigan public power utility Traverse City Power & Light, discusses the utility’s climate action planning and details what the utility is doing to address workforce challenges.American Public Power Association による
 
According to The Tobacco Atlas, smoking prevalence is falling globally for the first time, but countries and people marginalized by the vestiges of colonialism, by racism, bias and other social determinants are due to suffer the greatest harm. They suffer a triple impact, as they are the least protected by health systems and policies, less likely t…
 
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