Sourcing Renewables - July 1, 2020 - By Jake Duncan, IMT
The momentum behind the renewable energy transition is unstoppable. To date, 162 local governments, 13 states and the District of Columbia, and 229 global companies have committed to 100% renewable energy. In this column from IMT's "Stronger Together" series, Jake Duncan explores how efficiency and demand management can smooth over some of the challenges of the renewable energy transition so that we can power an electrified society quickly and cost-effectively.
Demand Management - March 25, 2020
Last year, nearly 2,000 organizations nationwide downloaded the State of Demand-Side Energy Management in North America book by CPower’s energy experts. This year, CPower picks up where they left off with a market-by-market analysis of the issues, trends, and regulations organizations like yours should understand in 2020 to make better decisions about your energy use and spend.
Commercial - February 18, 2020
Shell is expanding its investment in renewable energy through a multi-year power offtake deal that will make possible the construction of a 100 MW battery story project in England – the biggest in Europe to date.
Microgrids - January 30, 2020
The Maycroft, a new justice housing development in Washington, DC will soon be able to benefit from an onsite community microgrid powered by a solar/battery combination.
GHG Emissions - January 16, 2020
JPMorgan Chase is joining a project to use blockchain to achieve 100% renewable energy consumption by the end of 2020.
Distributed Generation - October 29, 2019
Direct Energy announced Oct. 29 a new endeavor to focus on renewable and sustainable energy solutions for customers through the creation of a specialized group, Renewable Energy Services.
Microgrids - October 22, 2019
Pittsburgh International Airport will become the first major U.S. airport to be completely powered by its own microgrid with energy generated by its own on-site natural gas wells and solar panels.
Energy Storage - October 15, 2019
The Anderson Civic Center in Anderson County, S.C., will be receiving a battery storage project on its campus that will improve grid reliability and provide the center at least 30 hours of backup power during emergencies.