FERC Issues Staff Report on Demand Response and Advanced Metering

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission this week released a staff report on demand response and advanced metering. According to the report: Approximately 38 percent of all meters in the US contain advanced capabilities  (a sizable increase over the <5 percent penetration in 2007), with Texas leading the way at nearly …

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Increased Renewable Energy to be Proposed in Maryland

The Washington Post reports today (wpo.st/SXtv0 ) about legislation to be proposed in Maryland in early 2016 to require that 25% of the state’s energy be provided by renewable resources by 2020. This is a significant improvement upon the existing requirement that 20% of energy consumed in the state be from renewable resources …

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Transportation Bill Brings EV Charging to Federal Facilities

Federal employees will soon be able to charge their electric vehicles at federal facilities thanks to a provision in the massive $305 billion highway bill agreed to yesterday by House and Senate conferees (background docs available here), and which is expected to be approved by both chambers as soon as this week. Section …

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NRG EVgo and Princeton Power Partner on Solar Charging for Electric Vehicles

Princeton Power Systems, a leading global designer and manufacturer of technology products and embedded software for energy management, microgrid operations, and electric vehicle charging, and NRG EVgo, the nation’s leading provider of public DC fast charging, have partnered to provide solar powered charging technology for Team Orange County’s entry into …

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