Xcel Energy says the alternate energy plan that the company expects to propose to regulators will include more wind, solar, energy storage and natural gas options to protect reliability.
Honeywell has launched its first Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) Platform, which integrates Honeywell asset monitoring, distributed energy resource management, supervisory control, and analytics functionality to enable organizations to forecast and optimize their overall energy use.
In response to New York’s clean energy goals and requirements, Consolidated Edison Inc. (ConEd), one of the largest utilities in the U.S., is banking on energy efficiency programs in the near term, and renewables and electrification in the longer term. New York’s nation-leading climate targets include the following. Additionally, New ... Read more »
In a move that aligns with the triple bottom line approach of sustainability, California has passed new rules for its utilities to adopt a ‘total system benefit’ (TSB) metric for energy efficiency programs. Historically, energy efficiency programs, such as lighting and appliance upgrades, have concentrated primarily on a single benefit ... Read more »
California’s Fort Hunter Liggett recently announced the upcoming groundbreaking of its electrical distribution microgrid.
Kunsan Air Base, a US Air Force Base in Gunsan, South Korea, is in the midst of a $23 million project that will improve fuel supply reliability through the installation of natural gas service on the base.
El Paso Electric is now using a gas turbine in an effort to promote clean energy and decarbonization.
The California Energy Commission (CEC) has awarded a $5 million grant for the development and demonstration of long-duration, non-lithium ion based energy storage technologies.
The East River Energy Storage System in Astoria, Queens is now under development.
A citywide energy efficiency project was recently completed for the City of Virginia, Minnesota.
A team of UCLA, Caltech, and Ford Motor Company researchers has improved fuel-cell technologies to exceed the US Department of Energy targets.
The Department of Energy’s "Smart Energy Analytics Campaign" helped drive approximately 4 trillion BTUs of annual energy savings, reducing the campaign participants’ collective energy bills by $95 million a year.