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Marine Corps Recruit Depot to Save $6.9 Million Annually with Distributed Energy

A 10 megawatt distributed energy project just completed for the United States Marine Corps Recruit Depot on Parris Island in South Carolina is expected to save $6.9 million in annual utility and operational costs, reduce utility energy demand by 75%, and cut water consumption by 25%.

Missouri Power Company Ameren Receives $182 Million of Funding for Efficiency Programs in 2018, Reducing Rates for Customers

Ameren has released its 2019 sustainability report. In it, the St. Louis-based power company states that it is targeting an 80% reduction in carbon emissions by 2050. The company, with 2.4 million customers, also announced that it spent $182 million on electric and natural gas energy efficiency programs in 2018.

Largest Community Choice Aggregator Solar Project Completed in California

sPower, an independent power producer, working collaboratively with MCE, announced that they recently achieved commercial operations on a 130 MWdc solar project in Lancaster, California. The project, named Antelope Expansion 2, completed by sPower in December of 2018, will sell output to MCE under a long-term Power Purchase Agreement (PPA).

Deadly California Wildfires Give Life to the Microgrid Movement

California regulators are contemplating the thought of more microgrids for the fire-prone state. In recent proceedings before the California Public Utilities Commission, several parties recommended microgrids as a way to keep electricity flowing locally when fires — or the threat of them — lead to

High Efficiency Electric Heat Pumps Could Help CA Meet Ambitious Emissions Goals: NRDC

Annual emissions from water heating technologies (without load management). Each technology name includes its efficiency or annual coefficient of performance (COP).   Using high-efficiency electric heat pumps instead of gas for residential heating needs in California could cut greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in half or more, according to a new NRDC analysis published in the Electricity Journal. This makes heat ...

Virginia’s Dominion Energy Gets Approval for 12 MW Offshore Wind Farm

  Dominion Energy Virginia is moving forward on clean energy projects, from sources such as solar and wind, to meet its commitment of 3,000 megawatts of renewable energy in operation or under development by 2022. The company has taken several steps in the three months since announcing the goal, including: Surveying non-residential customers about their renewable energy needs Seeking bids for ...

Waste to Power Packaged Solution Meets Tough Emissions Requirements

ElectraTherm, a provider of distributed, waste heat to power generation, has partnered with Sigma Thermal to offer a complete waste-to-power packaged solution, the companies announced. The system, called the Emission Reduction and Power System, is comprised of Sigma Thermal’s process heater and ElectraTherm’s compact and robust Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) generator to offer solutions for oil and gas facilities, wastewater ...

Massachusetts Green Lights SMART Solar Incentive Program

  Regulators in Massachusetts just approved new incentives for solar and energy storage yesterday as part of the SMART program, which is expected to lower energy rates for customers. SMART, which stands for Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target, was designed to bring an additional 1,600 megawatts of solar online. A significant share of this new solar is likely to be co-located ...

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