US Government Massively Underestimated National Solar Capacity

US Government Massively Underestimated National Solar Capacity

Predictions always involve a certain level of guesswork, but when the US Energy Information Administration estimated in 2006 how much solar capacity would be installed by 2016, the number wasn’t even close. The EIA had underestimated the capacity by 4,813%, an analysis by Statista found. … Read more…

St. Louis to Benchmark Energy Use in Commercial Buildings

The St. Louis’ Board of Aldermen unanimously approved a bill (Board Bill No. 205) on February 1 that establishes an energy monitoring, or “benchmarking,” requirement for certain commercial properties.

Energy Efficiency Planning Can Result in Big Paybacks for Data Centers

Energy Efficiency Planning Can Result in Big Paybacks for Data Centers

With careful planning and utilization of utility incentives, it is not uncommon for a single energy efficiency project at a small- to mid-sized data center to achieve 1 million KWh of energy savings, according to a new white paper released by Future Resource Engineering. The … Read more…

Missouri PSC Considers Energy Efficiency and Revenue Decoupling

On July 20, the Missouri Public Service Commission (PSC) opened hearings on a new energy efficiency plan to replace St. Louis-based Ameren’s three-year-old initiative, due to expire at year-end 2015. Energy efficiency is a hot-button for utilities, which are seeing their sales and profits slump … Read more…

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