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SCE quadruples rebate for used EVs

Income-qualified SCE customers who buy or lease pre-owned electric vehicles may be eligible to receive a $4,000 rebate.

DERMS provider PXiSE acquired by Yokogawa

Yokogawa Electric acquired all outstanding shares of PXiSE, a San Diego-based distributed energy resource management system (DERMS) provider.

Mark Birk to take the helm of Ameren Missouri

Mark Birk has been promoted to chairman and president of Ameren Missouri, an electric and natural gas delivery utility subsidiary of Ameren Corporation and Missouri's largest utility.

Electric school bus charging hub could provide ‘blueprint’ for grid support

By connecting the batteries of parked electric school buses to the grid, a first-of-its-kind electric school bus charging hub aims to provide enough backup power to support up to 10,000 homes.

Maryland is now home to the largest rooftop community solar project in the U.S.

A 9.2-megawatt solar array on the roof of a commercial warehouse in Maryland is now the largest rooftop community solar project in the U.S.

Factors influencing consumer engagement in delivering the energy transition

For consumers to be engaged and to participate in the development of future-proofed resilient energy systems, utilities need to put in place adequate infrastructure, technologies, elements, and an environment that is safe for consumer buy-in.

Hawaiian Electric issues call for community solar project proposals

Hawaiian Electric said this week that it is beginning the procurement for projects to provide customers on Moloka‘i and Lāna‘i the opportunity to participate in a shared solar program (also known as community-based renewable energy) on their island to further reduce use of imported fossil fuels and cut carbon emissions.

Optimized grids and system flexibility critical to reaching net zero

We need to drastically increase flexibility within our power systems to ensure sufficient renewables integration

Siemens chief: ‘The energy sector is ripe for disruption’

“After COP26, no-one would dispute that the energy sector is ripe for disruption. We have to go through profound change.”

Hitachi Energy and Denmark’s Clever partner on EVs, renewables, and storage

A new partnership aims to ensure that Denmark is able to power its electric vehicles (EVs) with 100% renewable electricity 24/7 and to leverage EVs and battery storage to expand renewables’ use for grid stability.