Clean Grid Technology, Connectivity, Markets & Business, Markets & Trends

Microgrids Keeping Airlines Ready for Takeoff

12 Nov , 2019  

This article was originally published on cnbc.com on Nov. 3, 2019. Should airports go off the grid? Pittsburgh International Airport — and others — think so. Remember that 11-hour power outage at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in December 2017 that canceled hundreds of flights, stranded thousands of passengers and cost Delta Airlines alone an estimated $50 million […]

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Markets & Business, Markets & Trends

Ask the Expert: Resiliency – What is it? Why are people talking about it, and how do you get it?

2 Aug , 2019  

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Zondits explores resiliency – what it means and how we get there after a heat wave and flash flooding in New York City triggered a power outage.

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Building Technology, Whole Building

What’s Missing When We Value CHP?

2 May , 2018  


Written by Gita Subramony, ERS for Zondits, May 2, 2018 Combined Heat and Power (CHP) can be a more efficient way to generate electricity. For facilities implementing CHP, the value proposition typically centers on utility bill reduction. Using natural gas to generate electricity on-site can be cheaper than buying electricity from the grid, especially when […]

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Clean Grid Technology, Connectivity

Keeping the Lights On

7 Sep , 2016  

Gita Subramony, ERS, for Zondits CityLab takes a look at Hoboken New Jersey’s plans to develop its own back-up power supply. In 2012, Hoboken was one of the many communities devastated by Superstorm Sandy. Hoboken, just across the Hudson River from New York City, is a low-lying urban community, and it was almost completely underwater […]

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Clean Grid Technology, Connectivity

Microgrids: An AGRION Interview with Rahul Gupta

12 Mar , 2015  

Interview with Rahul Gupta of PwC on microgrids AGRION Interviews, March 10, 2015

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Program Evaluation, Programs & Policy

Massachusetts Awards $18.4 Million for Energy Resiliency Projects

2 Jan , 2015  

The piece left out some important facts that are necessary to understand the whole picture. Massachusetts is first in the nation for energy efficiency for a reason. It delivers more efficiency based on a percentage of energy sales than any other state in the country.

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