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An analysis from the American Public Power Association indicates that net-metering can result in consumer cost-shifting, since it's typically the more affluent who can afford to install rooftop solar, leaving middle- and low-income customers-including renters who are locked out of the subsidies--to foot the bill.
There is no other option, as uninterrupted electrical power is simply a requirement of public safety and global commerce in today s world, said Mike Hyland, NESC chair and senior vice president at the American Public Power Association.
Manassas City Utilities received the Century Award from the American Public Power Association (APPA)for its 100-year anniversary.
Municipal Light Department where she received the American Public Power Association's Seven Hats Award (1989) for outstanding service to the community.
ASHBURNHAM - The town's municipal light plant will receive the Century Award from the American Public Power Association.
As James Bailer--an attorney who represents local governments and public utilities--first warned in a 1994 paper written for the American Public Power Association: "The history of the electric power industry casts substantial doubt on the notion that our nation can depend on competition among cable and telephone companies alone .
The organizations involved in founding the alliance are the American Wind Energy Association, the Geothermal Energy Association, the Solar Energy Industries Association, the USA Biomass Power Producers Alliance, the Integrated Waste Services Association, the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, the American Public Power Association, and the Solid Waste Association of North America.
He has also worked for wind as a legislative representative for the American Public Power Association, energy program director for the National Association of Counties and a House Interior Committee energy and water specialist.