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.
To help meet the City of Austin's goal to achieve 100% carbon-free electricity generation by 2035, Austin Central Library (ACL) has implemented an intelligent grid operating system.
From the need to better integrate renewable energy into the grid to ensuring increased resilience and reliability while pursuing a lower-carbon footprint, electric utilities are pressing to thoughtfully transform themselves into an ever-evolving, complex energy ecosystem.
Health benefits company Anthem signed a 15-year power purchase agreement (PPA) for the output from a new 20-megawatt solar field that’s nearing completion in Hanover County, Virginia.
The behavioral and economic ramifications of covid-19 will permanently reduce global energy demand, according to DNV GL’s newly-published Energy Transition Outlook.
Google signed a power purchase agreement with Candela Renewables for 140 megawatts of solar power in Texas. The independent utility-scale solar power project developer plans to build a new solar facility in the state.
Several federal agencies are collaborating to leverage resources to further the nation's hydropower generation.
A new partnership creates an alternative for building owners and operators who want to transition to renewable energy to lower emissions, increase resiliency, and reduce costs, without investing in renewable energy assets and relying on specialists to operate the microgrid.
Facebook signed a power purchase agreement (PPA) for approximately 170 megawatts from the Lincoln Land Wind project currently under construction in Morgan County, Illinois.
San Francisco-based Dropbox has announced new sustainability goals for 2030. Environmental targets for the document management software company include sourcing energy for their operations from 100% renewable sources.