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Regulation  -  November 10, 2017

Ceres report weighs cost of increased EV infrastructure

The development of electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the United States would result in benefits that far outweigh the costs, according to a report released Nov. 2 by Ceres and M.J. Bradley & Associates.
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Power Prices  -  November 7, 2017

Exelon's Texas merchant power biz files for bankruptcy

Citing challenging market conditions for generators caused by low power prices, Exelon Corp. announced Nov. 7 that its Texas merchant power subsidiary, Exelon Generation Texas Power LLC, has filed for bankruptcy.
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Power Prices  -  November 6, 2017

The Evolution of the California Energy Market: How demand response, management will change the future

This white paper, presented by CPower, aims to paint a clear picture of the future and present of California's energy landscape in a way that arms organizations and businesses with the facts and insights needed to make sound energy management decisions.
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Distributed Energy Resources  -  October 28, 2017

Weekend reads: Cleantech VC funding spike; electric car emissions; molten salt storage & more

It's the weekend! Kick-back with these must-read energy stories from around the web.
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Power Prices  -  October 24, 2017

New DOE program to fund nuclear power research

The U.S. Department of Energy has announced a new initiative within its Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy program, known as ARPA-E, to provide up to $20 million in funding for nuclear energy research.
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Regulation  -  October 21, 2017

Weekend reads: Deep sea wind power; a utility's dominance in Virginia; Trump's coal riddle & more

It's the weekend! Kick-back with these must-read energy stories from around the web.
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Commercial  -  October 3, 2017

Using EMIS to identify top opportunities for efficiency

This guide from the U.S. DOE presents an overview of the top energy-savings opportunities in commercial buildings and shows how these opportunities can be identified using the type of interval meter analytics offered in energy information system technologies or using the automated analytics offered in fault detection and diagnostics systems.
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Regulation  -  October 2, 2017

Oil, gas, solar, wind associations ban together opposing DOE's call for baseload reliability payments

Following the Sept. 29 proposal from U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission move to increase compensation for generators providing baseload power supplies such as coal and nuclear, a group of 11 energy industry associations have filed their formal opposition to the request.
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Regulation  -  September 30, 2017

Weekend reads: DOE's coal, nuclear bailouts; Puerto Rico's plagued grid; SolarCity's $30M fine & more

Kick back with these must-read energy stories from around the web.
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Energy Efficiency  -  September 27, 2017

An evaluation of efficiency programs in the Southwest

This report from the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project examines the methodologies that electric utilities in the Southwest use to value the avoided costs of their energy efficiency and other demand-side management programs.
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