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Will Desalination Undermine California’s Renewable Energy Targets Or Be A Grid Resource?

Will Desalination Undermine California’s Renewable Energy Targets Or Be A Grid Resource?

Large, inflexible desalination plants could jeopardize California's renewable energy targets and increase the cost of both water and energy.  Better designed desalination plants ...

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Duke Energy Gets Bullish on ¨Green¨ Microgrids

Duke Energy Gets Bullish on ¨Green¨ Microgrids

The nation's power utilities are facing pressures of unprecedented breadth and depth – from reducing greenhouse gas emissions and pollution to keeping up with new, cleaner and ...

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Hawaiian Electric Launches $2.1MM Distributed Energy Storage Program

Hawaiian Electric Launches $2.1MM Distributed Energy Storage Program

Integrating electricity produced by solar and wind energy systems on to power grids has quickly become a major cause for concern among U.S. utilities, grid operators and ...

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A Glimpse Into Future Microgrid Communities at Solar Decathlon

A Glimpse Into Future Microgrid Communities at Solar Decathlon

The Solar Decathlon, organized by the US Department of Energy is showcasing a new generation of homes designed to minimize energy consumption and maximize renewable as well ...

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Will Community Microgrids and Community Solar Join Forces?

Will Community Microgrids and Community Solar Join Forces?

Community Solar Gardens, or CSGs are positioned to drive the next wave of growth for the solar industry.  Until recently, investing in solar energy to offset personal energy ...

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