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Microgrids  -  July 25, 2017

DOE, Panasonic, Xcel team up on smart-city development

The U.S. DOE announced July 21 that it is teaming up with Xcel Energy and Panasonic on Peña Station NEXT, a smart-city mixed use facility in Denver, Colo.
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Utilities  -  July 8, 2017

Weekend reads: Rick Perry fails econ; EPA to critique climate science; Edison Energy's exec shakeup & more

Kick back with these must-read energy news stories from around the web (and one from us this week, too).
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Distributed Energy Resources  -  May 23, 2017

Trinity College installing 1.4 MW fuel cell plant

With the installation of a new 1.4 MW fuel cell power plant, Trinity College in Hartford, Conn., is expecting to save 30% on its annual energy costs.
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May 18, 2017 - By Amy Poszywak

Advocates call on Amazon to save struggling nukes

As the fate of two Ohio nuclear plants continues to hang in the balance, a group of "concerned citizens, scientists, business leaders, conservationists and community leaders" in the state have called on Amazon.com Inc. to help support them.
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Regulation  -  May 12, 2017 - By Amy Poszywak

Google files for utility service alternatives in Nevada

Among the bold steps Google Inc. is making to accelerate the transition to renewable energy, the company has added its name to a growing list of corporations looking for alternatives to electricity service from Nevada utility NV Energy.
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Energy Efficiency  -  April 12, 2017 - By Dan Weeden

Help wanted: Energy management outgrows its traditional role

This column, presented by Edison Energy, discusses the changing role of energy management at commercial and industrial companies and explores solutions for adaptation.
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Demand Management  -  April 4, 2017

Massachusetts health care system enters 2nd phase of 10-year energy performance contract

UMass Memorial is expected to save almost 2 million kilowatt hours of electric energy in the project's first year, and over the course of the 10-year contract, it is anticipated to generate $5 million in energy savings and operational cost savings.
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March 29, 2017 - By John Failla

Collectively, we have the power to influence change

One key takeaway from the Smart Energy Decisions Innovation Summit is this: If harnessed, the collective power of commercial and industrial energy management executives has tremendous potential to influence the future of the U.S. energy landscape.
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Industrial  -  March 21, 2017

Meat producer inks energy management deal

Dallas-based Standard Meat Company has entered into a new agreement for an energy management solution that includes onsite generation and renewable energy credits.
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Regulation  -  February 20, 2017

Nevada governor announces deregulation committee

Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval has begun the formation of a committee tasked with creating a framework for deregulating the state's electricity market.
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