V2G

US utility selects Doosan to study impact of V2G charging on...

Snohomish County PUD, the second-largest publicly owned utility in Washington, has selected Doosan to examine how vehicle-to-grid (V2G) chargers impact grid resiliency.

Four microgrids for California water treatment facilities

The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California is preparing to build four new microgrids at its facilities.
renewable power

Corporates to account for 20% of new utility-scale renewables projects in...

Corporate procurement will account for 20% of utility-scale renewable power additions by 2030—far ahead rest of the world.
renewables

Renewables account for 63% of new energy-generating capacity in the US

Renewables accounted for 63.3% - or 10,445MW - of the 16,499MW of new utility-scale capacity added during the first two-thirds of this year.
RGE Sul

Trilliant and Nolin further partnership delivering AMI connectivity to central Kentucky

Trilliant announced the expansion of a partnership with Nolin Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation (Nolin) for their Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) network.
online event

Breaking News: DISTRIBUTECH+ virtual community surpasses 1000 members

It's the same high-quality content, networking, and business-to-business matchmaking experience that the in-person annual events offer, but all online.
World Bank Haiti

World Bank tops up funding for Haiti: Renewable Energy for ALL...

The World Bank has increased funding for the Haiti: Renewable Energy for All Project by approving an additional $6.9m towards the initiative.
climate change

Drought, flood and fire: planning for a changing climate

Water utilities reassessing assumptions about system resilience due to the effects of extreme weather associated with climate change.

Underground powerlines demonstrate benefits for Florida Power & Light

An underground powerlines pilot demonstrates improved supply reliability for Florida Power & Light (FPL) and its customers.
renewable energy

US city now generating renewable energy from an underground water pipeline

US city adopts a new smart water and micro-hydro system that generates electricity by harvesting excess pressure from a city water pipeline.

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