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To further encourage energy audit practices in industrial, commercial, and residential buildings I've gathered tools and instruments that should be indispensable from energy auditor's toolbox. Depending on the complexity of the audit some or..
UC Irvine is Ground Zero for this peek at the modern (i.e., smart) electric grid. The article notes that while lots of the technologies are upon us, policies and decisions about allocating costs, not so much.
I try to tamper my personal bias as a climate change skeptic (given my background in geology and classical economics). I am all for reducing carbon emissions but would ideologically be opposed to government regulations for it.
Chris - what a great post and very creative! This topic has created quite the dicussion on our site. I look forward to reading more about this topic as things progress! My biggest question is how is this going to impact utilities?
Another concern, ISO-NE states, is that the MOPR may cause consumers to “pay twice” for the same capacity—i.e., pay once for capacity procured in the FCM to serve their demand, and pay a second time for the additional capacity obtained through out-of-market contracts with state-supported resources.” Déja vu, Richard? Seems we had this same discussion a couple of weeks ago. If it was...
The Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act would charge carbon emission producers and take that money and give it back to the American people. Is this a more feasible solution than some of the aspirations presented in the Green New Deal?
Christopher, because the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act of 2019 will never pass a Republican Senate and will never be signed by a Republican president, it will suffer the same fate as the stillborn 2018 version. The supposedly-bipartisan bill has 14 sponsors, one of whom is a Republican.
I'm with you here Bob, that the act is definitely one more of posturing than one that is thought of that will actually be passed and moved into law. That said, I commend the leaders and organizations pushing this as it has already successfully brought such ideas to a more mainstream audience than the previous iterations that even less got off the ground.
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Greater Boston Food Bank and Eversource Partner to Cut Energy Consumption at Yawkey Distribution Center
The Greater Boston Food Bank is starting the year off with a 75 percent reduction in energy use during peak hours and substantial cost savings thanks to a partnership with Eversource and the installation of a new Viking...
California Energy Storage Alliance CESA member executives CCA s utilities and government agencies will gather to honor Dr Carla J Peterman former California Public Utilities Commissioner and steadfast energy storage...
EnergySage and NABCEP today released the results of the fourth annual Solar Installer Survey, which gathered responses from more than 870 local, regional and national residential and commercial solar installers from across...
Traditional CIS systems do not have the ability to handle either the quantity nor the complexity of rating and billing smart grid-based dynamic pricing....
WoodMac: Europe energy storage – 5 things to watch for in 2019...