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Indonesia and Malaysia are to be linked by a new transmission line.
With so many day-to-day concerns vying for attention, many farmers may not have the time to stop and research alternative ways to address their energy needs and rising utility costs. While having heard that renewable energies, such as solar or wind energy, are becoming increasingly popular, there does not seem to be a way for them to reap the benefits without a significant amount of capital available. However, due to advancements in technology and market availability due to new leasing models, distributed generation is changing the way farmers gain access to and manage their cost of power.
Communities and local governments are increasingly looking for ways they can influence high utility prices, obtain more renewable energy and become more self-sufficient. Community Choice Aggregation is perhaps the most promising option for achieving these goals.
In contrast to the explosive global media coverage of the failures of three of India's five regional grids that left almost 700 million people without electricity, the publication of the Enquiry Committee's Grid Disturbance report lit few fuses. It attributed the failure to a combination of climatic conditions with weak inter-regional transmission corridors due to multiple outages, the high loading and eventual loss of one link, and overdrawals by Northern Region utilities. Among an extensive list of technical and administrative recommendations, the report suggests applying the penal provisions of the Electricity Act.
The Big Question — Where Will Energy Storage Have the Greatest Impact: Residential, C&I, or Utility? Why?
Energy storage is poised to make a huge impact on the global renewable energy industry and, similar to solar, geothermal and bioenergy, the technology can be applied at the residential level, commercial and industrial (C&I) level and at utility-scale.
Chelan County Public Utility District has invested almost $4 million and thousands of man-hours since 2001 on a program designed to ensure the security of its three hydro projects.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued a 44-year new license (relicense) to Grant County Public Utility District’s (PUD) 1,893-MW Priest Rapids project on the mid-Columbia River in Washington.
Cheap drones are poised to boost output and cut operating expenses for the energy industry.
Green Mountain Power (GMP) will use two of its pending order of 500 Tesla Powerwall home energy storage systems to build a solar-plus-storage facility at Vermont’s Emerald Lake State Park, a GMP spokesperson said on Sept. 4.
Last week, BoxPower announced that Liberty Utilities will be using its system to set up a microgrid at a remote mountain research station. The companies said the project will save millions by replacing high fire-risk distribution lines with a containerized solar + storage microgrid. The project is the result of a request-for-offers issued by Liberty Utilities for a wildfire-mitigation solution […]