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Utilities Unite to Define DERMS

After recognizing the need to create an industry-led initiative to identify and define the requirements for a distributed energy resource management system (DERMS), Sharon Allan, SEPA's chief innovation officer, discusses the process and the progress.

Step Right Up

Attendees from utilities and vendors from dozens of nations will converge on San Antonio to attend a three-day barrage of information focused on everything grid-from data analytics to distributed energy to substation integration. DistribuTECH runs Tuesday, Jan. 23 to Thursday, Jan. 25 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in the downtown area.

Alabama Power tops JD Power survey for business electric customers

Each of the regional winners changed from last year's survey. Portland General Electric's achievement in the large west category ended a four-year streak by Salt River Project, which finished second by only six points (804 to 798).

SCE proposes ‘pathway’ for electric vehicles, clean power

California's environmental goals include reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 40 percent from 1990 levels by 2030, and by 80 percent by 2050

Utilities look to RF mesh to address network optimization for power grid

Utilities will rely heavily on RF mesh networks as a key communication technology

Portland General Electric joins California ISO energy market

Savings are projected to increase as more utilities join the market

Xcel Energy plans 300 MW South Dakota wind farm

Even without full tax credit, the project's cost is low enough to compete with other fuel sources

Schneider Electric network links renewable energy companies

European organizations can now connect to the NEO Network to address science-based targets across their footprint

Valley Clean Energy Alliance selects SMUD to provide energy services

This is SMUD's first services agreement in the fast-growing CCA market

SolarWorld Americas supplies 14.2 MW in solar panels for Nevada project

Solar gear maker SolarWorld Americas supplied 14.2 MW DC of its solar panels for a project in Nevada