The Linux Foundation Forms Open Source Energy Coalition

The Linux Foundation Forms Open Source Energy Coalition

The Linux Foundation formed a new open source coalition with support from European transmission power systems provider RTE, Vanderbilt University, the European Network of Transmission System Operators, and the Electric Power Research Institute.

Startups Picked To Compete for New York’s $1 Million Clean Energy Prize

Startups Picked To Compete for New York’s $1 Million Clean Energy Prize

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) named 20 finalists for its national 76West Clean Energy Competition encouraging clean energy development in the Southern Tier region. The grand prize winner will receive $1 million.

This Data Center Could Become Europe’s Biggest and Most Efficient

This Data Center Could Become Europe’s Biggest and Most Efficient

Norway’s Lefdal Mine data center built nearly 500 feet into a mountain is on a path to becoming the biggest data center in Europe — and have the smallest environmental footprint as well.

Tech Companies Switching to Renewable Energy-Powered Data Centers

Tech Companies Switching to Renewable Energy-Powered Data Centers

Major tech companies are under increasing pressure to better manage power for data centers and add renewables, according to a new market report from Transparency Market Research.

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…

The One Problem That’s Stopping Blockchain from Overtaking the Energy Industry

The One Problem That’s Stopping Blockchain from Overtaking the Energy Industry

While the value and reputation of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin fluctuate by the hour, the legitimacy of its operating system, blockchain, is staying intact. Blockchain’s verification system makes it a safe, secure way of organizing and respecting transactions between users, with an extremely rare chance of … Read more…

Arizona Regulators Consider Requiring 80% Clean Energy by 2050

Arizona Regulators Consider Requiring 80% Clean Energy by 2050

Arizona regulators are considering an Arizona Corporation Commission plan that would require the state’s electricity generating portfolio to be made up of at least 80% clean energy sources by 2050.

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