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In mid-2013 Intelligent Utility asked for my personal top 5 observations about Order No. 1000, which would be old news by now if it weren’t for its long compliance process. At that time, I proffered that Order No. 1000 so lacked specificity and prescription that the outcomes in various regions working to implement its planning and cost allocation ideas would be uncertain, quite likely divergent,
According to the National Science Foundation’s Center for Science and Engineering, tech fields are taking over the workforce. In 1950, a little less than 200,000 American workers made a living from science or engineering-related occupations. By 2009, the last date of confirmed numbers (released in 2012), that field had grown to 5.4 million—nearly six percent a year. The power
Seattle City Light is trying to determine the cause of a fire Wednesday at a power substation near Seattle Center that left 325 customers without power, including the Monorail.