Using Electricity for Heat Creates Massive Carbon Reductions, RMI Finds

Using Electricity for Heat Creates Massive Carbon Reductions, RMI Finds

Businesses and homes that use electricity for heat instead of fossil fuels can avoid 10% of US carbon emissions, a new report from the Rocky Mountain Institute found.

States Scrutinize Solar Incentives as PV Proliferates

States Scrutinize Solar Incentives as PV Proliferates

Many states are re-examining the scope and methods surrounding their solar incentives programs, says a new analysis prepared for the Consumer Energy Alliance.

Product Announcement: Eaton’s Intelligent Power Manager Software

Product Announcement: Eaton’s Intelligent Power Manager Software

Eaton launched Intelligent Power Manager software version 1.60 today, which the company says now has full integration with the Nutanix Acropolis hyperconverged infrastructure platform, helping business continuity and mission critical data protection during power-related events. Through the integration, Nutanix Acropolis users such as IT professionals … Read more…

New Supercomputer a ‘Scientific Time Machine’ for Developing Endless Energy

New Supercomputer a ‘Scientific Time Machine’ for Developing Endless Energy

Oak Ridge National Laboratory unveiled what it calls the world’s most powerful and smartest scientific supercomputer. Built for the US Department of Energy, Summit will be eight times more powerful than the lab’s previous top-ranked system Titan, ORNL says. “Summit will provide unprecedented computing power … Read more…

NV Energy Invests in Renewables as Nevada Eyes Open Electricity Market

NV Energy Invests in Renewables as Nevada Eyes Open Electricity Market

NV Energy has contracted for more than 1 gigawatt of new renewable energy resources to be built in Nevada. At the same time, voters are considering whether to open up the state’s the electric energy market.

Vattenfall Sees Increasing Battery Demand From Data Centers

Vattenfall Sees Increasing Battery Demand From Data Centers

Data centers are likely to become a big market for batteries over the next five years, predicts a director at the Swedish power company Vattenfall. Owners of data centers see advantages to battery installation such as energy security and co-location with renewables, Vattenfall’s head of … Read more…

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