FUELSAVE – Green Technology

Ohio Lawmakers Extend Freeze on Clean Energy Mandates

Ohio lawmakers have passed a bill that would allow utilities to continue ignoring the state’s renewable energy targets for the next two years. H.B. 554 was approved by the State Senate last Thursday and passed again in the… Read More

A Western Regional Electricity Market Would Be a Boon for Corporate Renewables Buyers

What would an expansion of the California wholesale market to a broader Western regional market mean for businesses looking to buy renewable energy? We recently tried to answer that question at a seminar. After a stimulating discussion with… Read More

Where Are Residential Solar and Nuclear Cheaper Than Natural Gas?

It is no secret that natural gas and wind power are the cheapest sources for electricity generation in much of the U.S. But when accounting for local rules and availability, the picture of the lowest cost for new… Read More

APS Deploys 4MW of Energy Storage in Next Phase of Distributed Solar Study

Arizona Public Service (APS) is advancing a study on how to manage rooftop solar production in congested areas of the electrical grid with the deployment of two 2-megwatt batteries from AES Energy Storage. The batteries are being installed… Read More

Trump’s Team Wants a List of Everyone at the Energy Department Who Worked on Climate-Related Issues

After one month and a couple of shakeups, the Trump transition team is finally getting to work at the Department of Energy. And staff is already nervous. This week, the Trump team sent around a list of 74… Read More

Energy Department Announces American Institute of Chemical Engineers to Lead New Manufacturing USA Institute

Manufacturing USA’s Rapid Advancement in Process Intensification Deployment Institute will focus on developing breakthrough technologies to boost domestic energy productivity and energy efficiency of manufacturing. Source: New feed

The State of US Energy Storage in 7 Slides

GTM Senior Vice President of Research Shayle Kann kicked off an extremely well-attended Energy Storage Summit 2016 in San Francisco and testified on the state of energy storage. Energy storage has huge potential, but it's still a small… Read More

Augmented and Virtual Reality Will Help Build the Utility Workforce of the Future

The utility industry is facing challenges including decades-old infrastructure and a rapidly retiring workforce. The young workers just entering the industry may dream of working with the latest in digital smart grid technology, but out in the field,… Read More

Energy Department Accelerates Clean Energy Advancement at Federal Facilities

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced $3 million in funding for three projects to speed the adoption of energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies at facilities across the federal government. Source: New feed

Transcript: Tesla and Sonnen Imagine the Future of Battery Storage in 2030 [GTM Squared]

Source: Greentechmedia