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This tech leader details how short-term wins are crucial for creating more than $4.6 trillion of long-term value for cities.
Nearly five years early, Commonwealth Edison will complete installations of smart meters in the Prairie State.
At the ARPA-E Summit, technologists and energy users made the case for innovation that makes the energy grid look like an "antiquated backup."
The Microgrid Resources Coalition will work to make the market and regulatory rules amenable to microgrids.
This year, virtually every utility is grappling with multiple problems. From policy pressure to Big Data, here are the top concerns.
In India, 300 million people live without electricity. Can off-grid technologies bring low-carbon power to the people?
A new report reveals that venture capital investments in clean tech rose quarter to quarter throughout 2013.
Thanks in part to this cost-effective tech, the Lone Star State kept its lights on when the polar vortex hit.
How much can change in the six years leading up to 2020? Think about how much changed from 2007 to 2013.
The heads of two progressive utilities offer clues on how to profit with solar, combined heat and power, and microgrids.
Here's why SMUD, ISO and other major utilities are turning to this startup to balance their electricity supplies.
A new study reveals a surprising fact about the impact of EVs on utilities.
Will Europe be the first region to hit the tipping point in smart water?
Microgrids and cogeneration kept the lights on for NYU and a housing development while Sandy caused widespread outages.
The Big Apple will save $14 million with lower energy and maintenance costs, and residents will see their streets in a whole new light.
As more utilities make reliability and resiliency their twin mantras, none has had more success than Florida Power & Light.
A new joint venture company launched by the two firms promises to deliver new service to support smart grid deployments.
The company first will target New Zealand with a service aimed at helping consumers better control energy use.
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.