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SP Group signs research agreement with S'pore Institute of Technology for Punggol multi-energy micro-grid

Andrea Soh, The Business Times Summary GRID operator SP Group, which is building the first micro-grid on mainland Singapore at the new Punggol campus for the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT), on Monday signed a research agreement with the institution. Both will work on research...


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Joint Release: Councilmembers Allen and Cheh to Introduce Bill Modernizing DC's Energy Grid

Press Release, April 10, 2018 New authority would gather data on how and when energy is used and create marketplace for renewably-sourced energy to add to DC’s grid, creating jobs for DC residents with DC dollars Today, Councilmembers Charles Allen (Ward 6) and Mary Cheh (Ward 3) will...


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India, Sweden to cooperate in Smart Cities, energy

Business Standard Summary India and Sweden on Tuesday agreed to further deepen their cooperation in the Smart Cities initiative, transport and energy sectors. The two countries will exchange knowledge and explore cooperation on smart cities, including transit-oriented urban...


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Unnecessary complexity? Assessing New York and California's landmark DER proceedings

Herman K. Trabish, Utility Dive Summary The nation-leading New York and California regulatory proceedings to create a marketplace opportunity for renewable and distributed generation have become almost encyclopedic in their complexity. This assessment has been reinforced to Utility Dive by...


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Increase in Grid Grants Gives Credit to Microgrid Market

Emily Holbrook, Energy Manager Today Summary The microgrid market has grown exponentially in recent years, with many in the energy sector relying on the theory of a decentralized grid, and many municipalities offering grants for just that. For example, as part of a national grid modernization...


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New Hampshire Senate votes to expand net metering eligibility

Robert Walton, Utility Dive Summary Lawmakers in the New Hampshire Senate have approved a measure to grow the size of resources participating in the state's net metering program, raising the limit to 5 MW from 1 MW, and including provisions for some participation from larger facilities. New...


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Microgrids as Resilient Energy Infrastructure

Content by IDEA Published by UtilityDive Summary The National Academy of Sciences defines “resilience” as the ability to prepare and plan for, absorb, recover from, and more successfully adapt to adverse events. Since the September 2017 DOE NOPR to FERC, the energy industry has been working...


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Commentary: Edison-era energy solution plays role in Virginia’s grid modernization

Bruce Hedman, Energy News Network Summary Many are rightly celebrating the recent passage of a bill that aims to move Virginia’s power grid into the 21st century. Yet one of the most progressive measures in the bill relies on some of the oldest electrical technology around – harkening back to...


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5 Energy Trends to Watch

Emily Holbrook, Energy Manager Today Summary The energy industry is undergoing constant change. From evolving energy storage technology to energy efficiency breakthroughs and upgraded commercial energy management systems, the industry’s advancements should be harnessed by companies. ...


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ComEd approved to build one of first microgrid clusters in the nation

Press release, Business Wire CHICAGO--( BUSINESS WIRE )--The Illinois Commerce Commission (ICC) today approved ComEd’s plan to construct one of the first utility-scale microgrid clusters in the nation in the Bronzeville neighborhood on the South Side of Chicago. The project, which has...