Energy

Destination: Decarbonization

Destination: Decarbonization

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According to scientific consensus, the future of climate stabilization depends upon the decarbonization of energy systems and the reduction of global greenhouse-gas emissions. The electrification of buildings, power industry researchers explain, is an important step on the path to decarbonization.

A European study conducted by the Deep Decarbonization Pathways Project indicates  … Read More

Energy’s Evolution

Energy’s Evolution

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What does the future hold for microgrids? According to Peter Asmus, Research Director for microgrids at Navigant Research, as inertia carries the market forward in the coming decade, microgrids will present opportunities for new business models and technologies as well as an energy landscape transformed by distributed generation sources.

Peter’s research  … Read More

V2G Solutions

V2G Solutions

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California has set ambitious goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through both the addition of renewable energy generation sources and the electrification of transportation. But these concurrent initiatives have raised questions about how the grid will accommodate the additional resources and coordinate demand.

Three policies are in place to advance the  … Read More

Distributed Energy—Reader Favorites

Distributed Energy—Reader Favorites

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Listed below are the top Editor Blogs, Reader Favorite articles, and Business Energy magazine articles for you to enjoy. This list is curated based on reader views, search traffic, e-mail click-through, and most commented articles.

Bookmark this page so you will always have quick access to Forester Media’s top Business Energy  … Read More

Industry Announcements

Industry Announcements

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Read the latest industry news in the field of energy management and controls, efficient lighting and HVAC systems, retrofits and upgrades, onsite power generation (both prime and standby), renewables, and energy storage.  … Read More

SEPA Announces 2018 SEPA Power Players Awards Finalists

SEPA Announces 2018 SEPA Power Players Awards Finalists

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Today the Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA) announced 21 finalists for the 2018 SEPA Power Players Awards for their groundbreaking efforts in project or program design, unique partnerships, stakeholder engagement, and more.

The SEPA Power Players Awards are the premier industry accolade that honor utilities, their industry partners, and individual thought  … Read More

Capturing CO2 in Coal Country

Capturing CO2 in Coal Country

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Wyoming is the nation’s top coal-producing state. According to the US Energy Information Administration’s 2016 statistics, it provides 40% of all coal mined in the US. And the state’s Republican governor is on a mission to limit carbon emissions, a plan that makes many in coal country uncomfortable.

Governor Matt Mead  … Read More

Benefits of Community Microgrids

Benefits of Community Microgrids

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However they are defined, everyone agrees community microgrids provide benefits. Centralized utility systems and aboveground distribution lines expose customers to regional and local outages, “and while they are highly reliable, centralized utility grids can’t ensure local resilience,” notes Peter Douglass, project manager for the Microgrid Institute, a collaborative organization supporting global development of microgrids and distributed energy  … Read More

Texas A&M International University to Save $15 Million through Energy Efficiency Project with Schneider Electric

Texas A&M International University to Save $15 Million through Energy Efficiency Project with Schneider Electric

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First university to adopt Schneider Electric’s Conserve My Planet engagement program
Construction underway on a $9.7 million project designed to change the face of the university and greater Laredo community

Texas A&M International University (TAMIU), located in Laredo, Texas, today announced it has started construction on a comprehensive campus-wide energy efficiency project  … Read More

Renewables Required

Renewables Required

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Last week, California became the first state to require solar on new homes. After January 1, 2020, the California Energy Commission’s updated standards will require that newly constructed homes include PV systems.

The new policy applies to both single-family and multifamily houses that are three stories or less and includes  … Read More


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Auburn Manufactoring
34 Walker Road
Mechanic Falls
Maine
04256
Girtz Industries
Girtz Industries
5262 N. East Shafer Drive
Monticello
IN
47960
MIRATECH
MIRATECH
420 South 145th East Ave.
Drop Box A
Tulsa
OK
74108
MTU On Site Energy
MTU Onsite Energy
117 N. First Street
#110
Ann Arbor
MI
48104
Solar Turbines
Solar Turbines
9330 Sky Park Court
San Diego
CA
CA 92123
Sunbelt Rentals
Sunbelt Rentals
2341 Deerfield Drive
Fort Mill
SC
29715

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