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U.S. Energy Dept. Needs Hydrogen for Future Grid Resiliency

Lifestyle / Green Living : Triple Pundit

The U.S. energy infrastructure has been in the news this week as the devastation from Hurricane Harvey continues to ripple through the Gulf Coast region of Texas, a major oil and gas hub. The hurricane demonstrates some of the risks...

New Jersey Should Leverage Private Capital to Achieve Resilient Energy Goals

Utilities / Energy : The Energy Collective

Since Hurricane Sandy exposed the vulnerability of New Jersey’s antiquated power grid, the state has been investing heavily in enhancing the grid’s resilience and promoting clean energy technologies to upgrade to a smarter, more fle...

Utilities need to do more to protect against blackouts

Utilities / Energy : Smart Grid

In the wake of extreme weather events like Hurricane Sandy, we need our state utilities to do more to protect against the impact of future storms. We need a plan that improves resiliency through energy efficiency and renewable energ...

Why We Still Need Utilities

Utilities / Energy : The Energy Collective

I’m all for microgrids, distributed energy resources, and the concept of Transactive Energy to improve grid resiliency. But the Smart Grid and its enabling technologies do not mean the end of electric or gas utilities.

QUICK NEWS, January 20: FEDS FUND SOLAR PLUS STORAGE; KNOWING THE WIND; FINDING THE EARTH’S HEAT

Utilities / Energy : NewEnergyNews

FEDS FUND SOLAR PLUS STORAGE Energy Department Announces $18 Million to Develop Solar Energy Storage Solutions, Boost Grid Resiliency January 19, 2016 (U.S. Department of Energy) “…[T]o improve the resiliency, reliability and securi...

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