When you want electricity, we’ve got to deliver. It doesn’t matter if you have a scorching 100-degree day and everybody has their A/C cranked on high, we need to meet that demand.
But what if you had a week of 100-degree heat? What if there wasn’t enough electricity to meet that demand? Listen in as we discuss this scenario with Zach Anderson, CFO at Wolverine Power Cooperative, and learn more about grid capacity and utility peaking.
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S6E10 - The Post-Election Times They Are A-Changin'
S6E9 - COVID, Credits, and Co-op Advantages
S6E7 - Getting Back To Business
S6E6 - Live From The NRECA Annual Meeting
S6E5 - Co-op Governance Adapts To "New Normal"
S6E4 - Planning For A Pandemic: Part II
S6E3 - Planning For A Pandemic
S6E2 - Go Electric And Everybody Wins
S6E1 - Gemini Solar Project
S5E11 - A Gubernatorial-Sized Ask For Rural Michigan
S5E10 - Sky's The Limit for Cherry Capital Airport
S5E9 - Co-ops Climb Capitol Hill
S5E8 - On Air With Rep. Jack O'Malley
S5E7 - You, Me, And The MPSC
S5E6 - Habitat Partnership Brings Home Repair Program To Life
S5E5 - The Carbon Game Plan
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