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The lack of complex terrain in the offshore environment may intuitively steer project developers away from mesoscale modeling to assess the project wind energy resource. However, there are compelling technical reasons indicating that this is not the right course of action.
A stakeholder group tasked with helping lawmakers incentivize distributed generation and plan grid upgrades is expected to issue its first of two reports by Jan. 1.
The New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission issued an order Friday that cut funding for utility energy budgets by nearly half in 2023 compared to 2020, and would mark a return to 2017 funding levels if enacted.
The impact of electric transportation on pollution and reduced carbon emissions and fossil-fuel consumption is complicated.
Understanding the different methods of energy storage allows us to glimpse the shape of our future energy system. Hans Maghon of Siemens Energy explains.
Congress passes $1T infrastructure bill – but how does the government go about spending that much money?
The infrastructure bill is the largest investment in the nation’s infrastructure in decades. So how does the government go about spending all that money?
Supported by funding from the U.S. Dept. of Energy, the Idaho National Laboratory will research microgrid technologies that can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and provide enhanced grid resiliency.
With bipartisan energy compromise now law, advocates and some Democrats look to the budget to help protect the state’s poorest ratepayers.
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.
The key to decreasing the built environment’s impact on climate change is to reduce carbon emissions. To achieve long-term benefits, the whole lifecycle of a building must be taken into consideration.