Sourcing Renewables - December 16, 2019
Accelerate Philly, Smart Energy Decisions' first city-specific event, created an opportunity for corporate energy buyers from the Philadelphia region to make connections and share best practices to accomplish their objectives of improved energy efficiency and expanded use of renewable energy.
Sourcing Renewables - November 11, 2019
Smart Energy Decisions announced its expanded schedule of events for 2020, including its second city-specific conference and a west coast edition of the Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum, which have been added to the line-up.
Distributed Energy Resources - October 28, 2019
Organizations that view energy as a strategic asset, rather than a cost, continue to outperform their competition. In this report, “Distributed Energy Future Trends: The Insights Behind Sustainable Business Growth,” Centrica Business Solutions shares results from research conducted among over 1,500 energy decision makers.
Distributed Energy Resources - October 23, 2019 - By CPower
More and more, managers at healthcare and other critical facilities are dedicating resources to behind-the-meter solutions in the pursuit of resilience. This white paper, presented by CPower, focuses on ways that these same behind-the-meter energy assets can provide significant savings, generate important revenue, and maximize the return on your investments.
Commercial - October 17, 2019
Ford announced Oct. 17 a new program that will make the integration of an electric vehicle lifestyle more easily accessible to its future customers, including the introduction of more public charging stations in North America.
Distributed Energy Resources - September 26, 2019
A community center in Frederick, Md., is rolling out a slew of energy projects on its facility, including microgrid connectivity and control solutions to the facility infrastructure to track the efficiency of the energy used on a real-time basis.
Distributed Energy Resources - September 23, 2019
Solar, storage, and EV charging each has its own technical characteristics and requirements, its own energy savings and costs, and its own sustainability contributions and detractions. This case study, presented by EDF Renewables, explains how integrating these systems can create an energy ecosystem that is greater than the sum of its parts.