What the battle over control of PG&E means for US utility customers

Customers, cities and investors are all eager for a piece of PG&E, but it isn't the only U.S. utility that may have new owners soon. Read Dr. Ted Kury's complete article at The Conversation.

Many electric utilities are struggling – will more go bankrupt?

The electric utility is seeing rapid changes and threats that affect consumers, from more wind and solar to wildfires. How they react depends in large part on regulators. Read Dr. Ted Kury's full article on The Conversation.

Why doesn’t the U.S. bury its power lines?

Hurricanes Michael and Florence have knocked power out for millions of people. Burying power lines could help but the costs are high. Read Dr. Ted Kury's complete article on The Conversation.

Nuclear reactors in hurricanes: 5 questions answered

Lessons learned from Hurricane Andrew in 1992 and the Fukushima disaster in 2011 have changed how utilities brace for big storms. Read Dr. Ted Kury's complete article at The Conversation.

Russians hacked into America’s electric grid. Here’s why securing it is hard.

It's easier to see how customers benefit from increased grid security than it is to justify making them pay for it. Read Dr. Ted Kury's full article at The Conversation.