by Alison Wiley “I don’t understand this contract at all,” a Transportation Director of a medium-sized school district recently told me. Thad (not his real name) had been running buses for decades, almost all diesels, like...
A power substation located in New England found itself with an unusual number of outages, beginning almost immediately after the substation was constructed. There was no obvious flaw in the equipment, and diagnostics found it should be in working order.
In Colorado's recently-passed electric transportation legislation, SB77, the legislature declared the importance of electric vehicle adoption, and that utilities should act to facilitate access to electric vehicle charging, especially in low income and disadvantaged communities
Georgia's current energy mix is made up primarily of natural gas, coal and nuclear, but there are other sources
At the Business Blockchain Summit in London recently, Dale Chrystie, FedEx's Blockchain strategist, invoked the words of FedEx founder Frederick W. Smith, who said that in business there were no prizes coming second: to stay ahead, business must innovate.
Sensors, smart meters, and other digital devices have the potential to transform the nation's electric grid — from outage-detecting utility poles to household appliances programmed to run only when wind power is plentiful
As digital innovation takes root across the sector, how exactly are you supposed to take meaningful action now that will adapt for the longer term?
This spotlight on lower income consumers aims to understand the attitudes and behaviors of energy consumers with incomes less than $50,000/year