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Three Vital Steps For Keeping Electricity Flowing During COVID-19 Blackouts during COVID-19 would be especially disastrous. And there is an unacceptable, heightened risk that they will occur if the skilled professionals at power plants, utilities and grid operators become infected and spread COVID-19 to their colleagues, with whom they [Read More...]
COVID-19 Assistance To The Postal Service: Three Things To Know At this writing, Congress seems poised to provide billions in financial assistance to the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) to ensure that it will be able to continue to operate amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The action needs to be taken and [Read More...]
COVID-19 And The U.S. Postal Service The COVID-19 pandemic is all but certain to have a severe, negative financial impact on the U.S. Postal Service (USPS), significantly accelerating when it will face a liquidity crisis and be unable to provide basic services. Even if that liquidity [Read More...]
The Double Disaster We Must Avoid – Blackouts During The COVID-19 Pandemic (From InsideSources) The electric grid is essential for every aspect of modern life. Blackouts during the COVID-19 pandemic would be especially disruptive and must be avoided. Many of the highly skilled professionals who keep the grid up and running cannot work from [Read More...]
Mucking Up America’s Competitive Electricity Markets (From InsideSources) America’s competitive electricity markets, coupled with sensible regulation, have helped ensure that the United States has abundant, reliable and affordable electricity. That system is today threatened by the Green New Deal and, more immediately, by actions that numerous states have [Read More...]
Alarm Bells About The Electric Grid (From InsideSources) The U.S. electric grid is under attack. And it is an unfair fight because hostile nations are taking aim at individual electric utilities. The race is on to see whether the United States will properly coordinate its resources to mitigate [Read More...]
States Need To Answer For Stubbornly High Electricity Bills (From RealClearEnergy) Over the past two years natural gas prices are down 50 percent, but consumers’ electricity bills are up an average of 4 percent per kilowatt hour. In some states, like California, Massachusetts and New York, bills are up much more. [Read More...]
Remarks Of Paul Steidler To U.S. Postal Service Board of Governors February 6, 2020 Meeting Governors, thank you for this opportunity. As Chairman Duncan and Postmaster General Brennan mentioned in their opening remarks, and as seen from the Integrated Financial Plan, it is clear that the Postal Service, and the American [Read More...]
Crackdown On Counterfeiting For Public Safety (From InsideSources) Counterfeit products injure consumers, harm U.S. businesses and line the pockets of criminals. Through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), the United States recently announced a major initiative to crack down on counterfeiting, [Read More...]
Dangerous Packages En Route From China To The U.S. There are life threatening packages en route to the United States from China which will kill many Americans. But these packages have nothing to do with the coronavirus in the Chinese city of Wuhan. In fact, there is no indication [Read More...]
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