Author Archives: Kate Swain

New York’s Microgrid Plans Depend on Sound Policies New York is pioneering new energy models called microgrids that aim to make the electricity grid more reliable and provide power to certain assets during blackouts. These self-contained electricity distribution systems offer numerous advantages, such as vastly improved resiliency at [Read More...]
The True Costs of President Obama’s Student Loan Plan In June, President Obama signed an executive order intended to ease the burden of student loan repayment for millions of young Americans. The action extends to borrowers the ability to cap monthly payments for certain federal student loans at 10% [Read More...]
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