How New Energy Can Act Like Facebook and Google

With increased use of renewables, resiliency issues, and sustainability concerns, there's an opportunity for technology to play a central role in helping energy companies adjust to the varying regulatory and pricing demands of the market

Integrating Renewable Energy into the Grid

Utilities and system operators are searching for cost-effective and reliable solutions. I think energy storage - batteries in particular - are at price points now where they represent a cost effective solution.

Europe Blows Away the Competition

The low cost of European offshore wind energy is the result of several factors, including advanced turbine technology, the availability of specialty construction vessels, concentrated supply chain expertise and consistent policy support.

Local Energy Marketplaces: An Emerging Business Model Powered by Digital

Utility companies have mastered integrating solar and wind, the main utility-scale renewables, into the power grid. Integrating distributed renewable resources--such as rooftop solar, Tesla Powerwalls, micro CHPs - is still a challenge.

The Cummins Carport Project - a Park@Sol Success Story

Solar racking on carports is an innovative way to derive clean energy, reduce other energy costs, and keep cars and people shaded, and the Cummins carport project met all these goals!

Indian River Bio-Refinery in Florida to Be Converted to Innovative Eco-District

Once Complete, the Indian River Eco-District Plans to Become a Positive Showcase of Multiple Sustainable Businesses Operating Cohesively with the Local Community.

Corporations Purchased Record Amounts of Clean Power in 2017

Despite looming policy uncertainty in the two most active markets, corporations globally purchased 5.4 gigawatts of clean power through long-term contracts, surpassing 2015's record.

7 Practical Ways Your Businesses Can Go Green

The year of 2018 will only mean further immersion into all things digital, so be sure your company stays relevant and financially viable through sustainability measures.

Case Study: Whirlpool Corporation, Sustainability From Factory to Home

Whirlpool partnered with Schneider Electric to design an actionable, global sustainability strategy and implement it across 40 global manufacturing sites. The key to the success of the program is data.

The International Solar Alliance Becomes Legal December 6

The future of the International Solar Alliance, known as the ISA, looks bright. The organization is set to become official on Dec. 6, 2017. On the first day the ISA agreement was opened to other countries in Marrakesh, Morocco, it received 15 signatures.

The Sunshine for Mines Program

Sunshine for Mines works as a thought leadership group, industry consultant, and technical advisor for mining companies and mine sites that are interested in how renewable energy can help improve both their economic bottom line and their environmental bottom line.

Powering the Future of Mobility

Can the electric vehicle (EV) market and power industry mutually benefit from one another?

Aging US Wind Energy Fleet Driving Surge in Operating and Maintenance Spending, IHS Markit Says

Industry-wide North American benchmarking study aimed to help operators optimize assets, manage lifecycle costs as equipment ages.

Grid+ Platform: Leveraging Blockchain Technology for Clean Energy

Grid+ is combining blockchain technology and artificial intelligence to build a software and hardware solution that makes the electrical grid smarter, more resilient, and more economical for consumers. Astreamlined business model enables Grid+ to offer near-wholesale electricity prices instead of the 100% markup that traditional power utilities charge in most states.

Serious business: Corporate procurement rivals policy in driving growth of renewable energy

Activity in support of corporate procurement of renewable energy has been particularly strong in the United States over the last few years.

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