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Initiatives in Hawaii & California and Opportunities for Third Party Microgrids

Track: Microgrids for Enhanced Resiliency Workshop Speaker Allie Detrio, Engie #ConferenceProceeding #AnnualConference #2019 #Workshop #Microgrids #ENGIE #PolicyandRegulation #California #Hawaii

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MRC Submits Reply Comments in Hawaii Microgrid Docket

On March 11, 2019, the MRC submitted a supplemental reply brief to the Public Utilities Commission of the State of Hawaii in the proceeding to investigate establishment of a microgrid services tariff. The MRC submitted an independent reply as well as a Joint Reply Brief with several other...

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Blue Pillar Enables an 'Energy-Smart University' Network in Hawaii

Jeff St. John, Greentech Media Summary Energy data from substations and solar panels to building automation and submeters, all in a vendor-agnostic package, and with an eye on future IoT applications. University campuses are natural targets for on-site power generation, district energy...

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Experiences with Energy Planning for DOD Installations - Energy Projects at Army Installations

Summary This presentation looks at the master planning process used at Schofeild Barracks in Hawaii. Speaker Susan Walers, US Army Corps of Engineers #Presentation #Military #Workshop #2017 #Hawaii #UnitedStates #NorthAmerica #MasterPlanningandSystemDesign #Resiliency ...


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Maryland, Hawaii Turn to Storage Incentives as State Markets Gain Momentum

Peter Maloney, Utility Dive June 6, 2017 Summary A new report examines Hawaii and Maryland as examples of a trend in state energy storage incentives. Nevada earlier this month became the fourth state to adopt an energy storage incentive. The Silver State joins California, New Jersey and...