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DISTRIBUTECH International and POWERGEN International are rescheduled for May

DISTRIBUTECH International and POWERGEN Intrernational now will take place May 23-25 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison convention center in Dallas.

Galapagos island microgrid under development

A renewable energy solar + storage microgrid is under development across Santa Cruz and the neighbouring Baltra islands.

US government creates joint office of energy and transportation to usher in EVs

Secretary of Energy and Secretary of Transportation establish joint office to support installation of up to 500,000 EV chargers across America.

Clarion Energy Welcomes David Wagman, Kevin Clark, and John Engel to Esteemed Content Team

Clarion Events adds to its industry-leading energy content team.

GE Digital set to buy Opus One to help utilities modernize the grid

The purchase of Opus One by GE Digital means the two companies combine Opus One’s renewable energy planning capabilities with GE Digital’s network management and optimization portfolio in order to help utilities make decisions about how to integrate renewables and DERs at scale across the electric grid.

Smart Energy Consumer Collaborative adds board members

Six new board members join the energy consumer research and education group.

Parts of New England to see extreme cold, closures this week

The New England states are bracing for extreme cold that is already closing some schools and threatening the power grid this week.

NC governor expands emission goals, seeks environment equity

Gov. Roy Cooper took executive action on Friday to set more aggressive goals for greenhouse gas reductions and zero-emission vehicles in North Carolina compared to those he set in 2018.

Regulators approve Dominion’s $650m grid transformation plan

The Virginia State Corporation Commission (SCC) approved, subject to certain requirements, Phase II of the Grid Transformation Plan (GT Plan), Dominion Energy's ten-year plan to transform the electric distribution grid. 

Evergy seeks rate hike for grid modernization and reliability

Evergy said it submitted a detailed rate review to the Missouri Public Service Commission (MPSC). The requested rate will help cover investments Evergy will make to improve reliability, enhance customer service and enable the company’s transition to cleaner energy resources, it said in a press release.