Puerto Rico is still recovering from Hurricane Maria and now has an opportunity to not just rebuild, but strengthen the grid and improve energy resliency.
With the advent of the Climate Mobilization Act and associated local laws, commercial buildings in NYC need to start addressing energy efficiency.
IEA: Energy efficiency is the cornerstone for building a sustainable energy system Written by Editors of Electric Light & Power/ POWERGRID International, elp.com, October 19, 2018 A global effort to deploy the right energy efficiency policies could, on its own, see greenhouse gas emissions peak quickly and then fall even as the global economy doubles between […]
Energy Storage Gets Its Day in Congress The House Energy and Commerce Committee invited experts to testify on what federal storage policy should look like. Written by Julian Spector, greentechmedia.com, July 18, 2018 Energy storage experts got to ask what their country could do for them Wednesday. The House Energy and Commerce Committee convened a […]
New York unveils roadmap to 1.5 GW storage by 2025 Written by Iulia Gheorghiu, utilitydive.com, June 21, 2018 Dive Brief: New York Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Thursday announced a comprehensive state energy storage roadmap — 1,500 MW by 2025, as a first stop toward a larger goal by 2030. The roadmap’s recommendations range from using the previously […]
Vermont law ‘ups the ante’ on energy efficiency Written by Peter Maloney, utilitydive.com, May 30, 2018 Dive Brief: Vermont Republican Gov. Phil Scott last week signed a bill that aims to raise the ante on energy efficiency and drive more federal action. The new standards apply to a variety of appliances, including computers and monitors, […]
Nevada regulators allow utilities to own EV charging stations Written by Robert Walton, utilitydive.com, May 15, 2018 Dive Brief: The Nevada Public Utilities Commission last week settled a big question for the state’s bourgeoning electric vehicle industry, allowing NV Energy to own and operate charging stations and to include them in its rate base. Regulators […]