Product Announcement: Oracle Technology Leads HEM Market, Says Navigant

Product Announcement: Oracle Technology Leads HEM Market, Says Navigant

Oracle, provider of cloud technology for the utility industry, achieved the top spot in a Navigant Research Leaderboard report that ranks companies in the home energy management (HEM) space. Oracle, which acquired Opower in 2016, received the highest ranking in this 2018 report due to significant market penetration to utilities. Read about Oracle’s offerings, along with the other top HEM providers.

3 Strategies To Get Local Utilities Moving on Renewables

3 Strategies To Get Local Utilities Moving on Renewables

Kevin Haley, program manager of the Rocky Mountain Institute’s Business Renewables Center, shares three strategies to spur utilities to act faster on renewables in states without a wholesale energy market.

FAA Approves Beyond-Line-of-Sight Drone Utility Inspections

FAA Approves Beyond-Line-of-Sight Drone Utility Inspections

The Federal Aviation Administration has given authorization for utilities to fly drones beyond the operator’s line of sight for energy infrastructure inspections. The money saved could help utility customers.

Lighting, Computers, HVAC Promise Most Energy Savings in Canadian Commercial Sector

Lighting, Computers, HVAC Promise Most Energy Savings in Canadian Commercial Sector

Canada could reduce stationary energy consumption by up to 15% by 2035, driven in part by changes to lighting, computer and HVAC equipment in the commercial sector, a new report finds. Doing More with Less: Energy Efficiency Potential in Canada, was recently published by the … Read more…

Businesses Looking for an Energy Efficient Utility Might Mull Massachusetts

Businesses Looking for an Energy Efficient Utility Might Mull Massachusetts

The more energy efficient a utility is, the more likely that business customers will be paying less when it comes to their electricity bills, and a new scorecard from the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) indicates that Eversource Massachusetts and National Grid … Read more…

State Utility Commissions Now Want Their Utilities To Improve Cybersecurity Efforts

State Utility Commissions Now Want Their Utilities To Improve Cybersecurity Efforts

When Michigan utility commissioners issued an order to have their staff ensure that utilities are doing their utmost to prevent hacks, they did so out of fear that a cyber invasion could shut down the grid and hence cost the state millions of dollars in lost commerce. The move is a harbinger of things to come.

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