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Distributed Energy


Renewable and fossil-fueled distributed generation technologies and policy, small-scale generation, user-generated power, microgrids

Rooftop Solar and Energy Storage Are Not Republican or Democrat, They’re American

There is a common misperception that “green energy” appeals mostly to liberals. However, at least some of the facts don’t support that view. A case in point can be found…



Power Event Attendees Welcome the In-Person Experience

POWER hosted Experience POWER, the Distributed Energy Conference, and HydrogeNext at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas, October 18–21, 2021. The events were well-received by sponsors…


Businesses Using Microgrids to Ensure Power in Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico continues to struggle with its power supply, with the island’s aging electricity infrastructure contributing to continued blackouts and reliability issues more than four years after hurricanes Irma and…


Rethinking Software Development: How Open Source Is Defining a New Era for Energy and Utilities

They say that if you put good out into the world, it will come back to you. That might not be an idea people normally associate with the software development…


EY Research Highlights New Opportunities for Utilities

Demand for electricity from the residential sector rose during the first several months of the global coronavirus pandemic, as workers stayed home and students studied remotely. Researchers, using data from…


Group Forecasts Massive Increase in Energy Storage by 2030

Global installations of energy storage systems will experience rapid growth this decade, resulting by the end of 2030 in gigawatt capacity more than 20 times larger than the amount online…