New Jersey Sewage Treatment Plant To Trade Effluent for Energy

New Jersey Sewage Treatment Plant To Trade Effluent for Energy

In an unusual deal, the Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority just launched a project to send effluent from wastewater treatment to a local power plant in exchange for electricity, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported. The agreement is expected to help the New Jersey facility become energy … Read more…

C&I Energy Users in CA, New England Face Potential Shortages this Summer

C&I Energy Users in CA, New England Face Potential Shortages this Summer

Commercial and industrial energy users in California and New England face the potential of reduced power reliability this summer if temperatures remain hot. Natural gas supplies could be tight due to a gas leak in Southern California’s Aliso Canyon, according to Utility Dive. Reliability could … Read more…

New York Moves to Update Its Grid

New York Moves to Update Its Grid

The New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) has released a five-year timeline for reshaping the state’s grid. “The Distributed Energy Resources Roadmap,” according to The Times Union, is part of the state’s Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) program. Grids today are one-way affairs in which a … Read more…

Duke to Fund More than 200 EV Charging Stations in NC

The advent of electric vehicles (EVs) is a big deal to energy managers because they will be tasked with supplying electricity to units on their premises. Such stations are becoming more common. For instance, Duke Energy, under its “EV Charging Infrastructure Project,” will install more than … Read more…

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