Welcome back to our “Meet the Team” series, where we spotlight the dedicated team at Perceptive Power Infrastructure (PPI). This time, we’re introducing a key
At Perceptive Power Infrastructure, we’re proud to have a well-rounded team. By well-rounded we mean that they understand the human aspects of the energy industry
In part one of this two-part blog series, we took a look at the unique challenges currently facing Texas RECs on the ERCOT grid. It was
If anyone feels the impact of the shifting energy landscape, it’s Texan electric cooperatives. Specifically those in the ERCOT market. As Brazos sold its 2,200
Summer is underway, temperatures in Texas are already breaking records again. The state has made national news as the latest heat wave looms over the state. Unfortunately for Texans, if the predictions hold, this “heat dome” may not go away soon. According to the National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center, summer temperatures across the state have a 33-60% chance of being above normal in July, August and September.
For nearly a century, Texas has met its energy challenges with trailblazing solutions. The Rural Electrification Administration was created in 1935. In the same year,
Our model for distributed generation energy solutions answers this question: Is it possible to use distributed generation to change part of your cost structure in
The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) has brought a lot of exciting opportunities to the energy sector. One of the most groundbreaking changes, at least from the perspective of rural electric cooperatives (RECs), was the creation of Direct-Pay incentives. For the first time, electrical cooperatives can reap the same tax-related benefits as for-profit electric companies. However, this financial boon isn’t the only way the IRA can translate to cost-savings in the energy sector. For both RECs and commercial and industrial (C&I) customers who use natural gas in their power generation, the new tax credits for green hydrogen stand to have a big impact.
4CP: three small characters that have a dramatic impact on yearly energy cost. If you’re in the business of electrical supply and distribution, chances are you’re very familiar with 4CP demand, or Four Coincidental Peak demand. Our team has spent a lot of time looking at 4CP and the impact it has on our clients’ bottom line. After all, an important part of our process at Perceptive Power Infrastructure is to understand our clients’ energy bill and loads.