GHG Emissions - November 3, 2021
Data centers have a unique opportunity at this pivotal moment in energy’s history, as their energy assets could have the potential to help the grid as it transitions to a more sustainable future. This e-Book from CPower will explore and explain the specific ways demand-side energy management can and should become an integral component of any data center’s infrastructure management strategy.
Demand Management - June 16, 2021
CPower’s indispensable analysis of US energy markets is back. The third volume of CPower’s State of Demand-Side Energy Management in North America is the biggest and most insightful yet in this annual series dedicated to breaking down the most important issues, trends, and regulations that affect the country’s deregulated energy markets. In addition to market-by-market analyses, this year’s edition features a series of essays on the grid’s transition and how demand-side energy management will play a key role in helping the grid evolve toward a cleaner, more dependable future. Download your FREE copy today and see why energy professionals nationwide consider this book required reading!
Demand Management - May 14, 2021
In this important episode of Smart Energy Voices, host John Failla speaks with Scott Hart, Vice President and General Manager of NRG Business - Texas to discuss how integrated energy supply and demand management strategies, including the deployment of DERs, can effectively help large power users achieve their decarbonization goals. NRG has been actively involved in working with customers on integrated energy management programs. You’ll learn a lot from this timely conversation.
Demand Management - February 12, 2021
CPower’s latest ebook takes a peek into eight of the biggest commercial industries in North America and reveals key energy management strategies successful organizations executed during the wildest year of the young century. This book also breaks down the demand response and demand management programs available in five of the nation’s open energy markets as well as those offered by several of the largest electric utilities in U.S. deregulated markets. "Demand-Side Energy Management in the Time of COVID" is a must-have resource for any commercial and industrial organization striving to optimize its energy use and spend in 2021. Download your electronic copy today!
Demand Management - October 16, 2020
The U.S. Department of Energy announced Oct. 13 up to $65 million for its Connected Communities funding opportunity that would allow commercial and residential buildings to leverage the latest technology in energy-efficient building design and management.
Energy Efficiency - October 12, 2020
Institutes of higher education are large consumers of energy. From the lights and heat that are needed to keep students and faculty comfortable enough to learn effectively, to the equipment, technology, and staff required to keep things running, the expense is enormous. In this episode of Beyond the Meter, three guests from the realm of higher education join John for a frank conversation about the overall challenges faced by institutions of higher learning when it comes to renewable energy.
Distributed Energy Resources - October 7, 2020
Smart Energy Decisions has released the dates for its 2021 event schedule, which will include the Innovation Summit, Distributed Energy Forum, and summer and winter editions of the Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum. “We are committed to bringing our community together, be it physically or virtually throughout 2021, to help ensure their success,” said John Failla, Founder and Editorial Director of Smart Energy Decisions.
Energy Efficiency - August 22, 2020
It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web.
Demand Management - August 5, 2020 - By Jake Duncan, IMT
Most conversations around clean energy are focused on what type of energy we are using, but to fully decarbonize our economy, we also need to address when energy is used. In this column from IMT - the third in a series - Jake Duncan explains that by purposefully managing energy usage, we can better match the demand for power with the availability of clean energy.