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MRC Submits Comments on California Microgrid Proceeding

On Monday, October 21, 2019, the MRC submitted comments on the Preliminary Scoping Memo issued as a part of the California Public Utility Commission Order Instituting Rulemaking regarding Microgrids pursuant to Senate Bill 1339. In the comments, the MRC applauds the Commission's efforts to...

MRC CA Comments to Rulemaking 19-09-009.pdf


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MRC Participates in DC MEDSIS Working Group; Submits Final Report

On May 31, 2019, the Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA) submitted its final report to the Public Service Commission of the District of Columbia in the Modernizing the Energy Delivery System for Increased Sustainability (MEDSIS) effort. The MEDSIS working group process kicked off in August 2018...

MEDSIS Stakeholder Working Group Final Report v1.0.pdf


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District of Columbia Considers New Regulated Entity: The Microgrid Operator

Elisa Wood, Microgrid Knowledge Summary A report released late last week for the nation’s capital calls for a new regulated entity known as a microgrid operator, part of the city’s far-reaching effort to modernize its electric grid. The 433-page report came out of a multi-year effort...


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Carleton College plans for carbon neutrality

This article is featured in the 2019 Winter Issue of District Energy Magazine A new geothermal district heating system will lower emissions and operating costs. Last summer, as the rumbling drill rigs repeatedly pierced the iconic ground of the grassy “Bald Spot” in the heart of campus,...


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Science on display at the University of Kansas

This article is featured in the 2019 Winter Issue of District Energy Magazine A classroom in KU's central plant offers new student learning opportunities. T he University of Kansas (KU) in Lawrence recently completed the largest development project it had undertaken in nearly a century....


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From recovery to resilience

This article was featured in the 2019 Winter Issue of District Energy Magazine Two New Orleans systems are thriving, growing and prepared for the future. In 2018, New Orleans, La., marked the 300th anniversary of its founding. A year of events honored the city’s rich history and culture...


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Brown University's Thermal Efficiency Project

This article was featured in the 2019 Winter Issue of District Energy Magazine The institution has charted a path to transform its aging heating system and reduce emissions. In 2008, Brown University in Providence, R.I., set an ambitious goal to reduce campus greenhouse gas emissions...


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Update on Germany’s energy transition: Q&A with Udo Wichert

This article was featured in the Q4 2018 edition of District Energy Magazine. In 2010, the German government formally adopted a plan to reduce the country’s greenhouse gas emissions by transitioning to an environmentally sound, sustainable and affordable low-carbon economy. Known as the ...


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Cybersecurity: A framework for system evaluation

This article was featured in the Q4 2018 edition of District Energy Magazine. Ever-Green Energy shares how it developed its cybersecurity program – and lessons learned. Cybersecurity is dominating the news in 2018. Data breaches reported by retailers and other companies that manage personal...


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Preparing for the unexpected at the University of Denver

This article was featured in the Q4 2018 edition of District Energy Magazine. With planning, campuses with aging infrastructure can be ready for and mitigate potential system failures. The University of Denver (DU) is a private institution with roots dating to 1864 when it was founded as a...