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Willie Phillips confirmed as new FERC Commissioner

Willie Phillips confirmed as new FERC Commissioner

Last evening, the United States Senate unanimously confirmed D.C. Public Service Commission Chairman Willie Phillips as a new member of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).
How hydropower can support a stable, low-carbon grid and healthy rivers

How hydropower can support a stable, low-carbon grid and healthy rivers

By transitioning to a 100% renewable energy grid with a sustainable hydropower backbone, we can curb the worst effects of climate change.
Not all storage solutions are created equal

Not all storage solutions are created equal

Understanding the different methods of energy storage allows us to glimpse the shape of our future energy system. Hans Maghon of Siemens Energy explains.
Poland releases plans to build new, modernize existing pumped storage facilities

Poland releases plans to build new, modernize existing pumped storage facilities

Poland will build new pumped storage power plants and thoroughly modernize the existing ones, which will significantly improve the country's energy balance.
The impact of EV charging on the grid: business models and consumer behaviors

The impact of EV charging on the grid: business models and consumer behaviors

A parked EV has the potential to be a connected car—a battery pack engaged with the power grid with opportunities for charge coordination, interactive intelligence, and dynamic energy management.
Microgrids missing from Biden’s solar plan

Microgrids missing from Biden’s solar plan

Instead of undertaking fundamental industry structure analysis, with examination of strategic, technical, and economic evaluation of options in the electricity industry, what we have is obvious, anticlimactic: “deploy solar.”
Minneapolis battery pilot will test vision for sharing solar power with neighbors

Minneapolis battery pilot will test vision for sharing solar power with neighbors

Four batteries are being installed at a North Minneapolis green jobs training center in one of the country’s first “virtual power plant” pilot projects. Each battery will simulate a household buying and selling power with neighbors.
Inching Ever-Closer to a Functioning Eagle Permitting Program

Inching Ever-Closer to a Functioning Eagle Permitting Program

Recent media coverage and blog posts have described the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s (USFWS) proposed eagle permit rule revisions, issued on May 6, as a “kill order” and suggested they would “let windmills kill bald eagles by the thousands.”
Utility-scale solar PV pushes into higher AC voltages

Utility-scale solar PV pushes into higher AC voltages

The evolution of high-efficiency solar photovoltaic (PV) string inverters is driving a shift toward higher AC voltages in utility scale solar applications.
Tech Briefs

Tech Briefs

Grand River Dam Authority (GRDA) is using a camera equipped with infrared functions to identify sources of pollution in Grand and Hudson lakes.