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Four NRTC Board Members Seek New Terms in 2016
Four incumbent directors on the NRTC board have filed paperwork to run for additional terms and they all stood unopposed after the initial call for nominations window closed last month. [More]

NRTC and SoCore Ready for Busy 2016 Before Solar Tax Credit Expires
There is no question that solar energy generation projects will continue to be a brisk business going into 2017, the experts from SoCore Energy said during an hour-long webinar co-presented with NRTC. However, the federal solar investment tax credit (ITC) expires at the end of 2016 and the NRTC/SoCore partnership expects to be very busy throughout the year. [More]

Technicians Praise Sensus and NRTC for Meter Features and Installation Experience
While in Orlando for the Sensus Reach conference, NRTC had a chance to talk with some of the people who, in a way, are closest to Sensus meters: the men who install and maintain them for NRTC-member cooperatives. Their view is that wireless AMI and the FlexNet platform are positive advancements for their cooperatives’ power customers. At the same time, they have found it easy to work with NRTC’s experienced field staff during smooth installations. [More]

Doug Lambert Joins NRTC to Help Cooperatives Get the Most Out of Their Utility Data Systems
Doug Lambert, a veteran with more than 25 years of experience dealing with the evolving IT challenges at rural electric cooperatives, recently joined NRTC in the newly created role of director of Technical Solutions. Lambert will develop ways for cooperatives to make the most out of their AMI systems and the many other data-generating technologies. [More]