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Sourcing Renewables  -  August 15, 2022

White House Launches Offices for Clean Energy and Investments

The Biden-Harris Administration, through the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) launched two new program offices – the Grid Deployment Office and the Office of State and Community Energy Programs.
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Distributed Energy Resources  -  August 1, 2022

Cajon Valley Union Schools Adds Chargers for Buses

Cajon Valley Union School added fast chargers for its buses that also can put electricity back on the grid.
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GHG Emissions  -  July 27, 2022

Memphis to Upgrade Lighting 

The city of Memphis and Memphis Light, Gas and Water (MLGW) plans to complete a LED street lighting, controls and networking project designed to reduce energy costs citywide.
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Utilities  -  July 21, 2022 - By Darren Legge, Ndustrial

Hot Texas Summer

You already know Texas electricity prices can spike dramatically. Are you ready for a record-breaking summer? In this column, Darren Legge of Ndustrial explains how large energy users can find ways to manage their risk.
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Solar  -  July 1, 2022

Lessons from the Front Line: Principles and Recommendations for Large-scale and Distributed Energy Interconnection Reforms

“If we don’t make major strides on interconnection reforms in the next few years, it will be impossible to achieve our more aggressive state and national clean energy goals,” according to Solar Energy Industries Association. In this whitepaper, "Lessons from the Front Line: Principles and Recommendations for Large-scale and Distributed Energy Interconnection Reforms," SEIA discusses the various opportunities utilities and regulators have to standardize, automate, and clarify interconnection procedures and policies.
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Microgrids  -  June 24, 2022

SDG&E to Add Four Microgrids 

San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) received approval from the California Public Utilities Commission to build four microgrids equipped with energy storage.
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Solar  -  June 22, 2022

Pueblo, Colorado to Add Community Solar

The greater Pueblo, Colorado region will receive a community solar garden that will power over 600 homes annually. The 2MW and 500 KW solar gardens will serve businesses, residents, municipalities, and low- to moderate-income service organizations.
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Distributed Energy Resources  -  June 7, 2022

Xcel Energy Adds Electric Bucket Trucks

Xcel Energy is adding all-electric bucket trucks to its fleet. The company's crews will use these zero-emissions trucks as they maintain the electric system and respond to outages after storms.
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Solar  -  May 25, 2022

Colorado Adds Income-Qualified Community Solar

A 41 MW community solar portfolio will be developed in Colorado to serve income-qualified households beneath an established income threshold.
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Distributed Energy Resources  -  May 13, 2022

Arizona Universities Partner for Carbon-Neutral Goals

Three Arizona public universities formed an interdisciplinary coalition with four energy providers to achieve a carbon neutral economy in Arizona and establish a regional clean hydrogen hub.
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