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October 7, 2017

Weekend reads: Amazon energy drones; innovations in grid renewables; ways to cash in on EV boom & more

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Energy Efficiency  -  October 4, 2017

PACE helps Alterra revive 100-year-old Dallas building

Dallas-based real estate developer Alterra International has been able to secure $23.9 million in PACE financing to transform the energy efficiency and environmental attributes of a century-old building amid its conversion to a mixed-use development.
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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

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Energy Efficiency  -  September 29, 2017

Massachusetts tops energy efficieny rankings

Massachusetts has nabbed the top spot on an annual ranking of states on energy efficiency, breaking its tie with California, which slipped to second place, compared to the year prior.
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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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Regulation  -  September 23, 2017

Weekend reads: Obama aides launch energy group; mayor's energy use judged; Musk's solar vision & more

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September 22, 2017 - By David Tuft

California's SEM program open for business

With a new mandate to double energy efficiency savings by 2030, California utilities are about to roll out a new $4 million industrial energy efficiency program to incentivize Strategic Energy Management, or SEM, in 2018. This column explains how energy managers can capitalize on the opportunity.
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Utilities  -  September 21, 2017

Georgia Power offers renewables for C&I customers

As utilities continue to make moves to better serve their commercial and industrial customers, Southern Co. subsidiary Georgia Power on Sept. 19 announced a new program intended to help those customers meet their renewable energy goals.
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Regulation  -  September 15, 2017

NYC pushes new mandate to cut GHG emissions

In announcing what is perhaps the most ambitious program of its kind in the country, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on Sept. 14 said new mandates will force building owners to make sharp reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.
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