Energy in Pennsylvania: Perspectives from the PUC

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This episode of Energy 360 is part of Energy in America, our project exploring how energy impacts states or regions across the United States.

This week, Gladys Brown, chairman of the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission, joined Sarah Ladislaw to talk about resiliency and reliability in the state’s electric power sector, how the Commission is preparing workers for the growing energy sector, and some of the Commission’s goals in order to prepare Pennsylvania for a stable energy future.

CSIS recently held a workshop with the Smeal College of Business at Penn State to explore how Pennsylvania is preparing for its energy future.  Read the report

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Sarah Ladislaw

Sarah Ladislaw

Former Senior Associate (Non-resident), Energy Security and Climate Change Program
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Lisa Hyland
Assistant Director for Energy Education and Public Programming, Energy Security and Climate Change Program