Tag: energy bill

A bill passed to combat growing energy problems, changing energy policy by providing tax incentives and loan guarantees for energy production of various types.

Demand Management

Demand Management

Technology is creating a slow revolution in the utility industry. Demand management and demand response tools are at the forefront of these changes, allowing utility customers to take charge of their electricity usage. And data analytics is at the heart of these tools.

Project Profile: Solar Offset

Project Profile: Solar Offset

UTILITIES ARE ENERGY-INTENSIVE. NO one knows that better than those who operate them and have to keep an eye on the energy consumed by treatment systems and conveyance, including pump stations.

North Putnam Community Schools, USA

The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and the Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA) recognized the best photovoltaic projects in the Midwest at the PV Conference and Expo in Chicago. The Project of Distinction Award recognizes solar projects that demonstrate innovation, diverse community involvement, and best practices that advance the industry.

Hopes Fade in Congress for Energy Reform

Hopes Fade in Congress for Energy Reform

Hopes are fading that Congress can pass a broad energy bill before the year ends. Article by Devin Henry and Timothy Cama

Leaders of energy committees in the House and Senate made it a top priority this session to pass the first major energy overhaul since 2007.

By setting their sights low

Guest Commentary: The Benefits of Variable Frequency Drives

Guest Commentary: The Benefits of Variable Frequency Drives

With the cost of energy and water and wastewater services continuing to rise, operators are looking for ways to reduce the costsof these basic, yet crucial-to-life, utilities. Proposed energy efficiency standards from the US Department of Energy (DOE) and other federal measures could help.

Microturbines for Increased Energy Efficiency

Microturbines for Increased Energy Efficiency

The current market condition is favorable for onsite power generation, notes Jim Crouse, executive vice president of sales and marketing for Capstone Turbine Corporation.

“The focus today is on supplying the best quality energy, more steam projects, and microturbines for smaller- and medium-sized industrial customers,” he says. “There continue to be

Blades and Rotors

Blades and Rotors

The current market condition is favorable for onsite power generation, notes Jim Crouse, executive vice president of sales and marketing for Capstone Turbine Corporation.

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