Mitigation and adaptation don't have to be mutually exclusive.
Fashion designers, hydrologists and hackers mixed it up in this competition, which introduced Cleanweb and Social Impact categories.
'This is not a tomorrow story,' say analysts about the falling prices of alternative technology.
Not all electric utilities are fighting off-grid renewable energy. NRG, NextEra, Direct Energy and Viridian are getting ahead of the curve.
As onsite power generations becomes more common among companies, utilities face “a monumental challenge.”
Utilities need to start thinking more like Apple and use IT innovations, says David Mohler, VP of emerging technology.
Some utilities are doing their best to derail renewable portfolio standards.
Here's how to ensure that distributed power and renewables thrive, following America's Power Plan.
The company’s remote auditing software has proved adept at picking out low-hanging fruit.
Faced with the prospect of a dwindling customer base, some power companies want to end public subsidies.
Using smart meter data and 'behavioral analytics,' Opower says it can cut the cost of residential demand response by 60 percent.
Keep looking to the American west for leadership in solar and wind energy. A report from ACORE explains why.
Utility undertaking key pilot project to enhance overall industry knowledge about transactive energy.
Investment in smart meters and a competitive market have put Texas well past other states on the way to a modernized smart grid.
What will it take for the electricity grid to withstand the next Sandy or Katrina? First and foremost, a vision.
Electric vehicles will be the most important 'appliance' for engaging with the smart grid.
Microsoft's director of facilities, Darrell Smith, explains how the company leveraged Big Data to transform energy usage at its Puget Sound campus.
A smarter and more flexible electrical grid would minimize power outages and fuel shortages during emergenecies like Superstorm Sandy.
What can states learn from Arizona and Colorado about uniting water and energy planning?
Smart grid advancements have tended to benefit utilities more than consumers, and market-based obstacles remain in the way.