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Paths to Power: The U.S. Electricity Grid

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ICF International's Judah Rose, senior vice president and electric transmission expert, was interviewed on Living on Earth, a weekly environmental news and information program distributed by National Public Radio (NPR). Rose discussed the U.S. power grid—the largest power grid in the world—and how growth, deregulation, and under-investment in the grid are leading to unreliability and power outages across the country as demand for electricity exceeds the limits of the current system.

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  • Judah Rose

    Senior Vice President and Managing DirectorICF International

    Judah Rose joined ICF International in 1982 and has 30 years of experience in the energy industry with clients such as electric utilities, financial institutions, law firms, government agencies, fuel companies, and independent power producers (IPPs). He is an ICF Distinguished Consultant, an honorary title given to three of ICF's 4,500+ employees. He has served on the ICF Board of Directors as the management shareholder representative.

    Mr. Rose has supported the financing of tens of billions of dollars of new and existing power plants and is a frequent counselor to the financial community. He provides expert testimony and litigation support, addressed approximately 100 major energy conferences, and authored numerous articles.

    Mr. Rose has a B.S. degree in Economics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an M.P.P. degree from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

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Published: Jul 28, 2006
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Source: Living on Earth
 
 
 
 

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