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  • How the Solar Eclipse Will Affect Grid Reliability

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    On August 21st, a total solar eclipse will sweep across America, casting millions of people in temporary darkness, disrupting traffic and straining cellular networks. But the biggest disruptor during the spectacle will be power loss. Based on a Bloomberg calculation of grid forecasts, more than 9,000 megawatts of solar power may go down. That’s the…

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  • Webinar Recap: The Credit Scoring Present and Future

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    Miss out on our panel discussion webinar about the credit scoring present and future? Not to worry, check out our webinar recap in our SlideShare below to catch up on the discussion between Urjanet's VP Sales, Erik Becker, and eCredable's CEO, Steve Ely. You'll hear from these two experts on the present and future of…

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  • Time-Of-Use Pricing

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    Q: What is Time-Of-Use (TOU)? A: Time-Of-Use (TOU) pricing is a variable rate structure that charges for energy depending on the time of day and the season the energy is used. With TOU rates, your bill amount will be determined both by when you use electricity and by how much you use*. *U.S. time-of-use is described…

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  • Conclusive Evidence of Climate Change Impact on U.S.

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    A federal climate change report is awaiting approval from the Trump administration, with input from 13 federal agencies. Contrary to prior statements from the administration, the report provides conclusive evidence that climate change is taking place, that human activity including greenhouse gas emissions is contributing to it, and that climate change is significantly impacting the…

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  • Senate Legislation Moves Credit Scoring in the Right Direction

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    A new bipartisan bill was introduced in the Senate on Tuesday to expand consumer access to housing loans through the use of alternative credit data. The bill, sponsored by Tim Scott (R-S.C.) and Mark Warner (D-V.A.), would require the Federal Housing and Finance Administration (FHFA) to create procedures that allow Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac…

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