EXPO SHINES SPOTLIGHT ON GRID OF THE FUTURE
Energy storage, smart meters and microgrids, among other energy technology, were on full display at an expo in Washington hosted by the Edison Electric Institute, GridWise Alliance and National Electrical Manufacturers Association.
ENERGY DEPARTMENT INVESTS $7.5 MILLION TO IMPROVE ELECTRIC GRID RELIABILITY AND …
The Department of Energy announces a 30 million dollar US-India consortium to increase efforts for more reliable energy in both countries. This partnership allows for a more advanced distribution grid, as well as the collaboration of resources, laboratories and industries.
UTILITY DIVE: REPORT: RENEWABLE ENERGY IS NO THREAT TO POWER RELIABILITY
The power mix in the U.S. is changing, and while it is forcing the coal industry out, the development of a cleaner mix of fuels is a positive for the power grid. For more information, see this report about the additions that support the diversity and reliability of power systems.
MORNING CONSULT: TRANSMISSION PROJECTS MAKE GRID RELIABLE, CLEANER, AND INVEST I…
While transmissions lines aren’t the most glamorous subject, they are arguably one of the most important when it comes to power. Investment in lines can lead to better power, a better economy and cleaner air and water. Building transmission lines is a win-win.
VEGETATION MANAGEMENT SUCCESS
Utilities and transmission system owners are pressured to step up their vegetation management practices in order to guarantee the safety of their transmission lines and their brands.
CETC TRACKS GRID MODERNIZATION
The Clean Energy Technology Center developed a quarterly policy tracker that outlines the efforts of each state when it comes to grid modernization. Read more about how CETC encourages an era of new energy technology.
UTILITIES EMBRACE DISTRIBUTED ENERGY
As consumer interest in clean energy choices continues to increase, electricity providers begin to invest in distributed energy resources. Utilities can take notes and incorporate the transactive energy into their business models.
REPORT: DISTRIBUTED GENERATION IS RISING, BUT MOST UTILITIES NOT READY
A new report shows distributed generation resources are a growing challenge to revenue for utility companies already facing reframing regulatory arguments and cybersecurity dangers in the ever-connected world.
SUSTAINABLE BRANDS: AS RENEWABLES REACH GRID PARITY, QUESTIONS ARISE SURROUNDING…
Businesses are taking note of the rapid accession of the clean energy industry, specifically wind and solar, which is becoming just as competitive in the market as fossil fuels.
UTILITY DIVE: FOUR US GOVERNORS ROLL UP SLEEVES TO TACKLE GRID MODERNIZATION
Governors from Kentucky, Oregon, Rhode Island and Washington – are shaping the electric power sector with a new project.