Energy Storage - January 4, 2017
Massachusetts is moving forward with plans to establish targets for the use of energy storage after the state Department of Energy Resources deemed such targets as prudent.
Utilities - January 3, 2017
While a recent article reporting that Russian hackers had penetrated the U.S. electric grid was later proved incorrect, renewed alarm about the security of the country's infrastructure is not without merit, according to a recent report from The Wall Street Journal.
Sourcing Renewables - January 3, 2017
In a recent filing with state regulators, Hawaii's largest utility outlines its plans for increasing its use of renewable energy to meet 100% of the state's power needs by 2040.
Regulation - December 30, 2016
Ohio Gov. John Kasich on Dec. 27 vetoed a bill that would have weakened the state's renewable energy standards for power companies; seven of the state's largest businesses, including Nestle, Owens Corning and Whirlpool, applauded the move.
Sourcing Renewables - December 29, 2016 - By Amy Poszywak
As the clock winds down on 2016, we've taken a look back at the year in corporate energy management with an eye toward the most impactful storylines.
Regulation - December 19, 2016
Reaching a last-minute compromise, Michigan lawmakers on Dec. 15 passed long-sought-after reforms to the state's energy policies that will increase the renewable energy standard and maintain the retail electric choice program.
Energy Storage - December 12, 2016 - By Amy Poszywak
As Wal-Mart Stores Inc. ventures farther down its somewhat long and winding road to 100% renewable energy, advancements in technologies such as energy storage and in the way it works with its utilities are accelerating its journey.
Industrial - December 1, 2016
A central Ohio electric utility has proposed an economic development cost-recovery rider intended to provide up to $500,000 in annual funds to area automakers such as Honda.