The U.S. is served by three major North American grids – the Western Interconnection, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas and the Eastern Interconnection, the last of which came together in the early 1960s.
Against the backdrop of climate change and constantly evolving technologies, it’s fair to wonder what tomorrow’s power generation mix will look like.
The future of food, beverage and agriculture production has never been more exciting and unknown. Farmers are facing labor shortages, climate change and environmental protection regulations that require action, all while trying to feed the growing global populace.
Sustainability matters. Increasingly employees are seeking out and working for organizations that align with sustainability-focused values and demonstrate strong progress against environmental and social commitments.
Extreme weather events create unique operating challenges for power generation and industrial facilities by testing equipment designs, safe operating ranges, and control instrumentation limits.
For more than 130 years, the U.S. power sector has remained committed to consistently overcoming regulatory challenges, climate headwinds and other hurdles to keep power flowing and drive the economy.