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John Bailey was a senior researcher at ILSR from 1992 until 2011. He specialized in decentralized energy policy and analysis including topics of renewable energy, climate change, efficiency, tax policy and electric vehicles.

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ILSR Press Room filed under Broadband | Written by John Bailey | No Comments | Updated on Jan 8, 2016

How a Fiber Master Plan Is Guiding Shawnee, Kan.’s Path to Connectivity

The content that follows was originally published on the Institute for Local Self-Reliance website at https://ilsr.org/how-a-fiber-master-plan-is-guiding-shawnee-kan-s-path-to-connectivity/

Government Technology, January 8, 2016 Big cities plan for growth because they have to, but when smaller cities do it, a world of opportunities opens up. Shawnee, Kan., a city of about 60,000 people just outside of Kansas City, is reaping the benefits of a fiber master plan that dates back more than a decade…. Continue reading

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ILSR Press Room filed under Broadband | Written by John Bailey | No Comments | Updated on Dec 27, 2015

Newark to study municipal broadband

The content that follows was originally published on the Institute for Local Self-Reliance website at https://ilsr.org/newark-to-study-municipal-broadband/

The News Journal, December 27, 2015 Newark government has asked a technology consulting firm to determine if the city can offer residents fast Internet at prices competitive with major providers. CTC Technology and Energy, a Maryland-based technology engineering firm, will be paid $69,000 to study the city’s telecommunication infrastructure and provide city officials with a… Continue reading

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Resource filed under Zero Waste & Economic Development | Written by John Bailey | No Comments | Updated on Sep 1, 2015

Zero Waste School Project Handout: Chester Upland School District (CUSD)

The content that follows was originally published on the Institute for Local Self-Reliance website at https://ilsr.org/zero-waste-school-project-handout-chester-upland-school-district-cusd/

Stetser Elementary and Main Street Elementary Green Team students took the lead in starting a successful recycling collection pilot project at their respective schools during Spring 2015. This is the first phase of the Chester Zero Waste School Project, a partnership of the City of Chester, Chester Upland School District, and the Institute for Local… Continue reading

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ILSR Press Room filed under Broadband | Written by John Bailey | No Comments | Updated on Jul 10, 2015

Sandy is nationwide example of city owned Internet

The content that follows was originally published on the Institute for Local Self-Reliance website at https://ilsr.org/sandy-is-nationwide-example-of-city-owned-internet/

KOIN TV, July 10, 2015 SANDY, Ore. — The city of Sandy is providing city owned, high speed Internet to its residents. It’s something many cities are considering and something that has been a financial disaster for others.  In Sandy, officials said the investment is already paying off. Construction and hookups are expected to be… Continue reading

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Article filed under Stop Incineration, Waste to Wealth | Written by John Bailey | No Comments | Updated on May 12, 2015

Plasma Arc Project in Ottawa, Canada: Updates from Charlene Lemoine and Bradley Angel

The content that follows was originally published on the Institute for Local Self-Reliance website at https://ilsr.org/plasma-arc-project-in-ottawa-canada-updates-from-charlene-lemoine-and-bradley-angel/

After 10 years of battling against a proposed garbage/plasma arc facility by the citizens in Ottawa, Ontario, the plant was approved. The political battle was lost. However the market has dictated that the plant would not be built anyway. It was too risky for investors. The effect of the demise of the Ottawa plant will… Continue reading

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Featured Article, Resource filed under Waste to Wealth, Zero Waste & Economic Development | Written by John Bailey | No Comments | Updated on Feb 24, 2014

Zero Waste Symposium – Comments By Neil Seldman

The content that follows was originally published on the Institute for Local Self-Reliance website at https://ilsr.org/waste-symposium-comments-neil-seldman/

Comments (edited version) by Neil Seldman at the Zero Waste Symposium – held February 4, 2014 Sponsored by Zero Waste San Diego and the California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) February 4, 2014 Thank you very much, Rick. It’s always a pleasure to come back to California – certainly San Diego. Many of you know that… Continue reading

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ILSR Press Room filed under Broadband | Written by John Bailey | No Comments | Updated on Feb 5, 2014

Utah bill would stop regional fiber networks from expanding

The content that follows was originally published on the Institute for Local Self-Reliance website at https://ilsr.org/utah-bill-stop-regional-fiber-networks-expanding/

ArsTechnica, February 5, 2014 Kansas isn’t the only state considering legislation that would limit the growth of government-funded broadband networks that threaten incumbent Internet service providers. The latest such attempt we’ve learned of is a Utah House bill called the “Interlocal Entity Service Prohibition,” which would prevent a regional fiber consortium from building infrastructure outside… Continue reading

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ILSR Press Room filed under Broadband | Written by John Bailey | No Comments | Updated on Oct 1, 2013

50 Must-Read State and Local Government IT Blogs

The content that follows was originally published on the Institute for Local Self-Reliance website at https://ilsr.org/50-must-read-state-local-government-blogs-2/

StateTech, October 1, 2013 In 2012, StateTech editors compiled a list of IT blogs, and it has been one of our most popular pages for over a year. While it offered variety and substance, we decided to crowdsource submissions for the 2013 version. When we asked the StateTech community to help us create a useful… Continue reading

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filed under Energy | Written by John Bailey | No Comments | Updated on Dec 18, 2009

Electric Vehicle Policy For the Midwest – A Scoping Document

The content that follows was originally published on the Institute for Local Self-Reliance website at https://ilsr.org/electric-vehicle-policy-midwest-scoping-document/

This December 2009 report was prepared for the RE-AMP network (120+ organizations in eight Midwestern states). The scoping report outlines and makes recommendations on a variety of policy issues related to expanding electric vehicles. The report illustrates the relationships between electric vehicles and other GHG reduction strategies such as fuel economy standards (CAFE), low carbon fuel standards (LCFS) and efforts to reduce vehicle miles traveled.  Because of their energy storage capability, electrified vehicles will also play an increasingly important role in the expansion of renewable energy and the future elaboration of smart grid technologies.

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