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Clean Grid Technology, Law & Policy, Programs & Policy, Regulatory Affairs

Hawaii Gets New Utility Regulations

27 Apr , 2018  

Hawaii Gov Signs Performance-Based Ratemaking Into Law The new law will link utility revenues to hitting various customer-focused performance metrics, including the interconnection of solar and energy storage. Written by Julia Pyper, greentechmedia.com, April 24, 2018 Hawaii Governor David Ige signed a bill into law Tuesday that reforms the century-old electric utility business model, to […]

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Emerging Technology, Markets & Business, Markets & Trends

The Uncertain Future of Cryptocurrency

4 Apr , 2018  

As concern grows over bitcoin’s energy use, what’s next for cryptocurrency? Cryptocurrency mining is driving up power prices in small towns with cheap electricity. Can Bitcoin be made more efficient, or is the future of crypto in another currency? Written by Robert Walton, utilitydive.com, March 28, 2018 David Bowman started mining bitcoin in his apartment […]

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Emerging Technology, Markets & Business, Markets & Trends

Utilities Grapple with a Growing Cryptocurrency Market

29 Mar , 2018  

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Written by Allison Donnelly, ERS for Zondits, March 29, 2018 Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have seen an unprecedented boom in the last year, going from a speculative, fringe industry often associated with its use in shady industries to a major financial market player. At the same time, cryptocurrency mining – the “minting” of new “coins” […]

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Building Technology, Intelligent Efficiency

ACEEE Intelligent Efficiency: Aligning Electric, Gas, and Water Utility Goals

15 Dec , 2016  

Jeff Perkins, ERS, for Zondits ACEEE held their third Intelligent Efficiency Conference in Austin from Dec 4‒6. This event is designed to focus on how information and communication technologies (ICT) have transformed our economy and revolutionized the relationship between economic production and energy consumption. I was on a panel that discussed how electric, gas, and […]

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