Just the FACTS: IEEE recognizes excellence in transmission

At its annual Power & Energy Society event in Denver this week, IEEE announced the recipients of its Society-Level Awards, which recognize and credit important technical, educational and service contributions by the global power and energy community.

Taking it to the streets: electric buses and Google mapping

Air pollution is a challenge everywhere and while, in the United States, the Environmental Protection Agency is targeting power plants with its Clean Power Plan, other countries like China are capitalizing on the growing popularity of electric buses.

Test results: smart grid will cause chaos and blackouts

Although study after study has said smart meter integration will have no major effect on the grid, a new study found that widespread deployment will cause chaos on the electric grid. So, what is different this time?

REV Track Two: A customer-centric utility model for NY

New York's Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) is on track -- Track Two, that is. Track Two includes a new whitepaper on ratemaking and utility business models by the New York Public Service Commission (PSC).

Money to burn: CEC investing in CA EV superhighway

California is continuing its efforts to create a smart charging infrastructure, and the California Energy Commission (CEC) has money to spend.


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A new material is being called the new silicon, and it has such potential the Department of Energy (DOE) is spending millions to research it.