A narrow focus on cost alone may be leading to misconceptions about the real value of energy storage, according to a new report by the World Energy Council (WEC).
Management consulting firm DEFG has found that interest in a prepaid energy option offered by the utility is fairly low among older Americans as compared to Millennials, immigrants, property managers and other segments.
Early estimates from the nuclear industry seem to indicate that U.S. nuclear energy facilities generated electricity at a record high level of reliability in 2015.
The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) is taking the lead with several utilities on a three-year collaboration to investigate the end-to-end grid integration of solar photovoltaic (PV) generation, energy storage, load management, and solar forecasting.
DOE has announced $18 million in funding for six new projects across the United States, enabling the development and demonstration of integrated, scalable, and cost-effective solar technologies that incorporate energy storage.
New national programs -- particularly those from the United States and India -- demonstrate the commitment large economic players are making toward smarter cities.
The CPUC authorized a $22 million investment by SCE to implement Phase 1 of its Charge Ready and Market Education Program that will provide incentives for the deployment of 1,500 electric vehicle charging stations and support outreach to build awareness of the public.
The price of solar photovoltaic (PV) systems installed on homes and small businesses spans a wide range, and varies depending on a number of factors, researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) have found.
In support of the Administration's goal to produce more carbon-free energy, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has selected two companies in which it will invest money to further develop advanced nuclear reactor designs.
A new online community, bringing together global smart city stakeholders, will help crystalize the pain points of smart city development in mobility, water, energy, cybersecurity and privacy to address what is holding smart cities back.
Cloud adoption does not have to mean opening up your organization to increased security risks and threats, according to findings from a new Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) survey.
As consumers transition from hearing about next generation technologies to actually having innovative devices in their homes, power providers are in a prime position to help customers actualize a variety of smart grid benefits.
On the heels of President Obama's final State of the Union (SOTU) address, industry organizations are airing their opinions, both good and bad, on what the President had to say. From the pain at the plug to the pain at the pump, the following organizations sound off on everything from oil and gas to clean energy and climate change.
Georgia is home to some of the most innovative energy leaders in the country and the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) is celebrating them with an awards ceremony by its Smart Energy Society.
New studies have emerged, confirming that the Environmental Protection Agency's final Clean Power Plan (CPP) can achieve significant reductions of carbon pollution from the nation's power sector while preserving a diverse energy mix and saving consumers money.
BCC contends that the future of lithium batteries remains the plug-in electric vehicle.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has allotted $220 million as part of its comprehensive new Grid Modernization Multi-Year Program Plan, a blueprint for modernizing the grid.
Customers communicate through a number of channels today: web, chat, phone, email, text -- each of which need to support a positive experience.
The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) has announced that wind led the clean energy sector in terms of progress in 2015.
Chattanooga's smart grid has become the first major power distribution system to earn Performance Excellence in Electricity Renewal (PEER) certification.