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The Road to Absolute Zero

Summary When most institutions think about the broad topic of renewable campus energy, geo-exchange technologies are not the first that come to mind. The focus has been on solar and wind, especially large-scale off-campus generation; batteries thermal storage for hot or cold water; and co...


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Con Edison pilots new approach to increasing battery storage on its grid

Robert Walton, Utility Dive Summary A new 1 MW / 1 MWh battery is expected to come online in Consolidated Edison's territory next month, the first of several the New York City utility will roll out as part of a demonstration project that challenges the definition of energy innovation:...

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Shell Gobbles Up Another Grid Edge Company

Emma Foehringer Merchant, Green Tech Media Summary Microgrid company GI Energy announced this week that Shell New Energies would acquire a majority stake in the company for an undisclosed amount. This marks Shell’s sixth investment or acquisition of a company working on the grid edge since...

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Changing Perceptions: why you should consider Geothermal Technology for your Energy Needs

Summary Geothermal technology has received a bad press. Too often poorly-designed systems have failed to deliver promised benefits. There is no need for this! Intelligently installed geothermal infrastructure is brilliant: a clean, efficient, sustainable and cost-effective means of providing...


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Delivering the Promise of Eco-Districts

Summary Large-scale eco-developments (Campuses & urban revitalization) are uniquely able to pursue multiple sustainable systems. With long horizons for planning/use, these projects can successfully integrate an array of advanced technologies: Geothermal heat exchangers, fuel-cells, photo...