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Deepwater Wind secures funding for wind farm

03/03/2015 Deepwater Wind announced Monday that its Deepwater Wind Block Island unit has reached financial close on the Block Island Wind Farm, which is alrea...

DOE to help tribes advance renewable energy projects

03/02/2015 The START Program has helped 21 tribal communities advance their clean energy technology and infrastructure projects — from solar and wind to biofu...

DOE invests $10 million in fuel cell technology

02/27/2015 The selected projects will support research and development efforts to address critical challenges and barriers for hydrogen and fuel cell technolo...

Vattenfall wins concession for offshore wind farm

02/27/2015

Now the company awaits approval from the Danish Parliament and EU 

New England governors look to expand renewable energy, natural gas

02/26/2015 Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker said the effort is part of a push to reduce energy costs, strengthen grid reliability and increase the region's ec...

VIDEO: Utility-scale solar power has its best year ever

02/26/2015

With more than 3.7 GW installed, 2014 was the best year yet for utility-scale solar power installations 

European Commission unveils draft energy strategy

02/26/2015 The document also concedes that to achieve the 27 percent target new challenges must be addressed including developing appropriate energy markets a...

New rules cloud future for large-scale wind farms in Ohio

02/24/2015

What happens down the road depends a great deal on a legislative panel reviewing Ohio's renewable energy law

VIDEO: E.On divests its solar power business in Italy

02/24/2015

F2i has a track record in the solar business in Italy, according to E.On 

PJM studies impact of Maryland biomass/solar power project

02/24/2015

A PJM Interconnection study on the project, dated February 2015, added that the facility will be located in Pocomoke City, Maryland 

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Beyond Integration: Three Dynamics Reshaping Renewables and the Grid

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Engaging the Small and Mid-sized Business (SMB) Marketplace

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When Grid Optimization is Not Enough: Making Cents of Disruptive Change.

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Avoiding the Pitfalls of Premium Power

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Cooling System Technology for Cube-Based Display Walls

The cooling system in a cube-based display wall is a critical factor to consider when you're planning which technology would be best for your contr...

Envisioning the Smart Grid of the Future

While it is true that the future is unknowable, it’s a safe guess that the smart grid of tomorrow will be dramatically different than the smart gri...

Managed Services: More Smart Grid Benefits; Less Smart Grid Risk

Planning and deploying smart grid solutions is a challenge under the best of circumstances, and for many, balancing the risk-reward continuum is a ...

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