Current Issue: December 2013/January 2014
Cover Story: The New Oregon Trail
Combining a background in urban planning, a lifelong passion for energy, an understanding of policy, keen leadership skills, and eternal optimism, Gregg Kantor, AGA’s 2014 chair, is planning—and expecting—a big year for AGA.
Inside This Issue:
President’s Message: Plenty of Work To Do—Though we may now be the envy of the world, realizing the benefits of our energy revolution will take both optimism and a can-do attitude.
There’s a Map for That—In a world that seems increasingly virtual, no business is more firmly located in the real than a utility. Almost every aspect of a utility’s business is dependent on location. And that’s why GIS might be the most important technology in utilities today.
Headway: Ready, Set, Save—The Georgetown University Energy Prize offers communities a way to learn more—and do more—about energy efficiency.