Some microgrids have one generation source, but this Italian microgrid leverages renewables, energy storage, and CHP for polygeneration.
Microgrids provoke a multitude of views in the USA. Cue up the "tastes great, less filling" mock debate of that old commercial.
Energy storage system vendors are optimistic, but a little pragmatism is in order to help ensure the continued success of energy storage and smart grids.
In the utilities industry, the value of data is expanding beyond plant, grid, and linear assets maintenance to improve customer service and relations.
Futurologists predict by 2050 giant, transcontinental grids will seamlessly and efficiently provide most of the world’s energy needs.
The city of Los Angeles, California is hoping it will, at least where some data sources are concerned. Could utilities follow the example of smart cities?
To solve the world’s potential energy deficit, companies must find ways to harness the power of people, processes and technology. Here's why.
A perverse incentive based on failures may trigger greater investments in solar and other distributed energy resources in one utility's territory.
States like California enacted energy policies that improved employment and energy savings. With benefits like these, other states should do the same.
Is there power in the cloud for the energy and natural resources (ENR) industry sector? Absolutely! Bill Ward explains the latest findings.