USEA News & Articles

May 13th, 2021
Over the last two decades, international partnerships have helped the Georgian State Electrosystem (GSE) become a strong, stable, company, with the skills and expertise to carry our country’s power system...
May 12th, 2021
Last week, during the Spring USEA Board of Directors meeting, two new Directors were confirmed by the Board. The new Directors...
May 10th, 2021
Last Thursday, at USEA’s Annual Membership Meeting and Public Policy Forum, USEA Senior Director Will Polen and Program Director Marjorie Jean-Pierre announced the recipients of the USEA 2020-2021 Volunteer...
May 7th, 2021
USEA's 2020 Annual Report is now available. This year's report features recaps of our flagship events, the work of our international programs, letters from Acting Executive Director Sheila Hollis and Executive Chairman Vicky Bailey, and a dedication to former Executive Director Barry Worthington. This digital version includes interactive links.
May 7th, 2021

Inside this issue:

  • Promo for 2021 Annual Membership Meeting & Public Policy Forum
  • Business Opportunity for USEA Members
  • USEA 2020 Annual Report
  • Industry Spotlight: Nuclear Energy
  • Women In Energy: Paola Hartung
May 3rd, 2021
The Women in Energy series is a joint project between USEA and USAID that was developed out of USEA’s Engendering Utilities Partnership, a program funded by USAID to improve gender policies and gender outcomes at their respective organizations. Every month we feature a woman who has shown exemplary leadership.
April 27th, 2021
n advance of President Biden’s first address to a Joint Session of Congress on April 28th, the United States Energy Association shared the following statement. USEA is a nonpartisan, nonpolitical institution that has worked with the Federal Government for thirty years...
April 26th, 2021
Washington, D.C. – Today, United States Energy Association (USEA) Acting Executive Director Sheila Hollis spoke at the 20th Annual Wall Street Green Summit, a weeklong event founded...
April 22nd, 2021
Washington, D.C. – Today, USEA celebrates the 51st Anniversary of Earth Day, acknowledging the lasting influence of this unique global event and commemorating all USEA members, partners, and energy stakeholders who seek to see the world have safe...
April 1st, 2021

In this issue:

  • Letter from Sheila Hollis
  • USEA AMM 2021 Promo
  • Women In Energy: Danielle Merfeld
  • USEA's Forward March feature
  • USEA Programs March Recap
April 1st, 2021

Danielle leads technical efforts to develop differentiated products and services across the broadest renewable energy portfolio in the industry, including onshore wind, offshore wind, grid solutions, solar PV...

March 25th, 2021
Washington, D.C. – USEA and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), in partnership with London Economics International (LEI) and Grid Advisors LLC...
March 16th, 2021

Inside this issue:

  • Letter from Sheila Hollis
  • Welcoming New USEA Member: ETAP
  • Women In Energy: Monalisa C. Dimalanta
  • Industry Spotlight: Tom Kuhn
  • USEA Programs Monthly Recap
March 16th, 2021
One year ago, the snow globe of our world was turned upside down and the prospect of a busy year full of business meetings, receptions, lunches, dinners, celebrations, and travel was ripped away...
March 3rd, 2021

Washington, D.C. – Last week, following her confirmation by the U.S. Senate, Jennifer Granholm was sworn in as the 16th Secretary of Energy by Vice President Kamala Harris. Granholm, who was the first woman elected Governor in Michigan, is the second woman to serve as Secretary of Energy.

In a statement, USEA Acting Executive Director Sheila Hollis said:

“USEA congratulates Jennifer Granholm on her U.S. Senate confirmation as the next Secretary of the Department of Energy (DOE).

March 1st, 2021
Countries across Europe and Eurasia are planning to triple or quadruple the amount of wind and solar energy on their power systems by 2030...
February 26th, 2021

The Texas deep freeze was close to the sum of all fears for electric and gas utilities. If it could go wrong, it did go wrong, and Texans suffered. It has been a shot heard around the world.

Clearly Texas must rethink, rebuild, and reprioritize. Everything in the state is on the table, from its electric isolation to whether it should be under the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) umbrella with new interconnections to the national grid.

The first priority is to find out what happened, generator by generator, system by system and fuel by fuel.

February 26th, 2021

Monalisa presently holds various leadership positions in the government and private sectors. She is Chairperson of the Philippine National Renewable Energy Board (NREB) since her appointment by the Philippine President...

February 23rd, 2021
Tragically, last week, an unprecedented weather event triggered a nightmare energy crisis that left much of Texas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma in chaos after a massive winter storm knocked out vital energy and water infrastructure.
February 4th, 2021

In this issue:

  • Letter from Sheila Hollis
  • State of the Energy Industry Forum Recap
  • Women In Energy: Jolene Cicci
  • USEA Program Monthly Recap
  • February 201 Calendar