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Duke Energy worked with the North Carolina city on its path toward achieving net zero emissions and improving social equity.
by Ali Rotatori
There’s a battle raging over the ownership of PG&E Corp., one of the nation’s largest utilities, with cities, hedge fund managers and even customers all
Just take a look at Minnesota.
by Abby Finis
Utilities can implement a variety of demand management strategies to water the world's concrete jungles.
The integrated utility services model is part of Fort Collins Utilities’ success. Here’s how it works.
by James Mandel
Evolving our outdated utilities will take more than updating the infrastructure. It requires a shift in how we present and price these vital services.
Smart grids and smart cities had a great year in 2014. Here's how they stacked up against Christine Hertzog's predictions for 2020.
Integrated solar power and energy storage systems may be the key to meeting energy demand when the grid goes down.
Wind, hydro and biomass provide the bulk of electricity consumed in the city of Burlington.
A New England Clean Energy Council report identifies steps to optimize the region's electrical grid beyond energy preparedness.
by Robert Kropp
Decentralization and resiliency are keys to stronger grids.
<div> Industry stakeholders will address electric grid reliability and resilience.</div>
Demand response, smart grids and renewables will help us leave behind a grid that's only one notch better than kerosene lamps.
Here's how state-level policies set precedents for U.S. microgrid adoption.
by Elisa Wood
After more than a century with little change, electricity infrastructure is being remade. Is a microgrid coming soon to your backyard?
These innovative companies are capitalizing on creative financing trends, from solar asset-backed securities to yield cos.
The Army base is marching forward with a system to direct backup power where it's needed, regardless of where it's generated.
Former top U.S. energy regulator Jon Wellinghoff explains why the vertically integrated power paradigm of electric utilities is about to disintegrate.
Can a technology upstart headed by Google employee No. 35 disrupt the market for renewable energy?
by Elaine Hsieh
On World Water Day, breathtaking challenges for sustaining the future come into focus. The good news? Real solutions exist.
It's clear that utilities' business models need to evolve. For starters, it's no longer about selling more electricity.
Renewables, EVs and retrofits all played a role in the transition to a more prosperous and secure energy future.
How much can change in the six years leading up to 2020? Think about how much changed from 2007 to 2013.
By the end of the 1980s, Varese Ligure was becoming a dying town. Then its mayor embraced environmental stewardship, and everything changed.
Thanks to bold initiatives, the Colorado city hopes to become a zero-energy district.
by James Murray