Tag: distributed energy resources

Distributed energy resources (DER) are smaller power sources that can be aggregated to provide power necessary to meet regular demand. As the electricity grid continues to modernize, DER such as storage and advanced renewable technologies can help facilitate the transition to a smarter grid.

SEPA’s New Snapshot Report Tracks Energy Storage Market Growth

SEPA’s New Snapshot Report Tracks Energy Storage Market Growth

The Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA) announces the release of a new publication, the 2017 Utility Energy Storage Market Snapshot.

Like SEPA’s Utility Solar Market Snapshot, a standard industry resource now in its 10th year, this first-ever Energy Storage Market Snapshot relies on data and survey responses submitted directly by U.S.

Aclara Shortlisted for Prestigious UK Energy Innovation Awards

Aclara Shortlisted for Prestigious UK Energy Innovation Awards

Selected for Losses Award Category in Recognition of Aclara Grid Monitoring Platform as Innovative Technology to Reduce Technical Losses

Aclara, a leading supplier of smart infrastructure solutions (SIS) to electric, gas, and water utilities around the world, has been shortlisted for the 2017 UK Energy Innovation Awards in the Losses Awards

Electrons, Engineers, and Economics

Electrons, Engineers, and Economics

In a country increasingly reliant on electrons, today it seems more important than ever to understand the value and complexity of the electric power industry.

Not only does the energy industry form the backbone of our economy—powering businesses, factories, schools, and healthcare—it is the foundation of our communications platforms, as

An Encouraging Outlook

An Encouraging Outlook

There are now more than one million individual solar installations nationwide, with the residential solar market remaining strong, according to the Solar Energy Industries Association. The US installed 1,665 megawatts (MW) of solar PV in the first quarter of 2016 to reach 29.3 gigawatts (GW) of total installed capacity, enough

Editor’s Comments: Aligning Orbits

Editor’s Comments: Aligning Orbits

In a theory known as musica universalis, the “harmony of the spheres,” Pythagoras proposed in the 5th century that the Sun, Moon, and planets emitted their own vibrational hum based on their orbital revolution.

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