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Energy Efficiency Professionals Group

The increasing roles of DERs, connected technology and Big Data are driving rapid change in energy efficiency. As we shape the Utility of the Future, this community will help you keep up with the latest developments. 

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How can blockchain save energy? Here are three possible ways.

Blockchain is generating a lot of buzz as a promising system to verify and track peer-to-peer transactions in the energy sector. It could have multiple applications although there is still debate about which, if any, will work well. What’s...

Public Power Efficiency: Progress but More Savings Possible

California’s POUs deserve credit for their success in achieving significant energy savings through efficiency. But so much more is possible.

Wind Subsidies to be Phased Out by 2020, Which Might be Beneficial For Us in The Long Run

The federal subsidies being provided to the wind energy industry are expected to be phased out by 2020. While it will definitely have an adverse impact on wind power, it might be beneficial for the energy sector as well as the consumers in the..

Who's Supporting CHP?

Several energy efficiency groups are backing the CHP Support Act, which promotes CHP and WHP technology by authorizing continued funding for 10 Technical Assistance Partnerships (TAPs) for five years.

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Source: BusinessReport

Eskom avoids power cuts for now

JOHANNESBURG - Eskom said it would not have to implement controlled power outages, after earlier warning these might be necessary due to pressure on the national grid. Eskom, which supplies more than 90 percent of the...