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Wind  -  July 27, 2018

Wind Catcher canceled

American Electric Power (AEP) announced on July 27 that it has canceled the $4.5 billion, 2000-megawatt Wind Catcher project, which would have created the largest wind farm in the U.S.
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Energy Storage  -  June 13, 2018

Sheraton Waikiki adds AI energy storage

The Sheraton Waikiki hotel announced the addition of a 500kWh artificial intelligence (AI)-powered energy storage system to support their environmental sustainability planning.
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Energy Efficiency  -  June 4, 2018

$1.3 billion from California, NJ, NY for EV infrastructure

A total of $1.3 billion will be invested by California, New York, and New Jersey in charging infrastructure for electric cars.
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Distributed Energy Resources  -  June 1, 2018 - By Ganesh Kalyanaraman

LEMs: An Emerging Corporate Energy Management Tool

Have you considered whether your captive power generation may be to the power industry what spare bedrooms are to Airbnb and car-sharing is to Lyft? Distributed energy resources—power generated by businesses and homeowners, usually via renewables—may prove highly disruptive to traditional utilities.
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Utilities  -  May 8, 2018

Dominion Energy’s RE proposal rejected

State regulators in Virginia rejected Dominion Energy’s plan to offer 100 percent renewable energy plans to its big customers, saying the electric monopoly’s proposal isn’t fair or reasonable.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  February 28, 2018

Innovation Summit Day 3: Strategies for the Future

Smart Energy Decisions concluded its 2018 Innovation Summit on February 27 in Austin with a day packed with sessions supporting this year’s event theme, the future of energy management.
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February 21, 2018

SWEPCO announces agreement supporting Wind Catcher

Southwestern Electric Power (SWEPCo) announced on Feb. 20 a settlement agreement in the company’s request for approval of the proposed Wind Catcher Energy Connection project. The agreement includes SWEPCO, Walmart Stores Inc. and Sam’s
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Energy Storage  -  February 19, 2018

Revenue stacking for energy storage comes to California

The California Public Utilities Commission has become the first state regulator to issue revenue stacking rules for energy storage projects.
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Energy Efficiency  -  February 13, 2018

Con Edison adds HVAC upgrade incentives for C&I

Con Edison announced two new programs offering incentives for C&I customers that make HVAC upgrades. The Prescriptive Rebate Program offers cash incentives for the installation of standard energy-efficient equipment
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Sourcing Renewables  -  February 12, 2018

SED expands renewable energy event schedule

Following the success of the 2017 Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum, Smart Energy Decisions is producing two editions of the Forum in 2018. The Spring edition will take place June 18-20 at the Rancho Bernardo Inn in San Diego.
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