Tag: intelligent energy management

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

sonnen Names Brent Stayer as US Vice President of Operations & Quality Control

sonnen Names Brent Stayer as US Vice President of Operations & Quality Control

Lutron Electronics quality engineering leader for award winning RadioRA2 and HomeWorks residential systems joins sonnen to lead operational efforts at new manufacturing and design facility in Atlanta.

sonnen, the global market leader in intelligent residential energy storage, announced today that Brent Stayer, former quality engineering leader of residential systems at Lutron

A Competitive Advantage

A Competitive Advantage

Despite several years of low fossil fuel prices, the growth of renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar, seems unstoppable. This clean energy expansion is driven by improved performance, lower costs, and advantages of distributed generation like greater resiliency, energy independence, and reduced carbon footprint. This fundamental shift in

Editor’s Comments: Leading the Orchestra

Editor’s Comments: Leading the Orchestra

I  recently listened in amazement as Gustavo Dudamel conducted the Los Angeles Philharmonic in Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto in D major. As the interplay of perfectly executed notes and pleasant harmonies filled my senses, I wondered about the role a conductor plays as leader of an orchestra. I could see that each

Integrating Demand Reduction With Storage and Renewables

Integrating Demand Reduction With Storage and Renewables

The energy storage business is hot these days. It has become the most talked-about trend in the retail energy business in the past three years with large companies offering new products, and startups introducing newly designed energy storage, software, and hardware packages.

The popularity of energy storage is driven by the rapid

Energy Storage Solutions Behind-the-Meter

Energy Storage Solutions Behind-the-Meter

Sharp Electronics Corporation, a US subsidiary of Osaka-based Sharp Corporation, formed Energy Systems and Services Group (ESSG), which entered the market in 2014 with the launch of the SmartStorage behind-the-meter scalable energy storage system.

Designed to reduce peak demand charges in commercial and industrial buildings, Carl Mansfield, general manager and founder

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