Nov
30
2017

Hedging, Natural Gas and National Security

PACE Guest Blog By Captain Leo Goff, Ph.D., Captain, US Navy (Ret.) Even when energy markets seem calm and stable, utilities use price and supply risk management tools such as hedging to maintain predictable fuel supplies and prices. This is part of the obligation to serve and the duty to maintain reasonable prices for end-use electricity customers. Hedging natural gas, however, will become even more important over the next decade because of global market pressures and geopolitical concerns.

Over the next two decades the global energy landscape will change dramatically. The way the United States manages its vast energy resources

Aug
31
2017

Vogtle Moving Forward Is Positive Step

Earlier today, Southern Company announced it will continue to build nuclear reactors at Plant Vogtle in Georgia, reinforcing its support of nuclear power. PACE has consistently supported new reactors at Plant Vogtle, as part of a larger effort to advance the U.S. nuclear fleet.

Southern Company;s decision is an important one, as it comes at a time when other states are abandoning their own new nuclear efforts. Nuclear power is an important resource in generating reliable and affordable electricity, particularly as utilities nationwide work toward a lower-carbon future. That makes Vogtle an important project that benefits not only Georgia