Intel Sees New Business Opportunities as Distributed Energy Loads Grow

Intel Sees New Business Opportunities as Distributed Energy Loads Grow

Intel Corporation sees new business opportunities in growing distributed energy loads that require more computation capabilities.

Save Your Energy & Leverage Artificial Intelligence Instead

Save Your Energy & Leverage Artificial Intelligence Instead

No industry is immune to the great changes promised by artificial intelligence, but the problem is that the technology is often seen as peripheral – interesting but incapable of solving the most urgent challenges. But in the energy industry, artificial intelligence is playing an integral part in shaping the way we generate, transmit and use energy, and can improve reliability while keeping costs down.

Demand Flexibility Offers Significant Savings for Commercial Customers

Demand Flexibility Offers Significant Savings for Commercial Customers

Commercial and industrial utility customers used to have limited options in order to meet their electricity needs: buy it, make it, or eliminate it. Now they have another viable option: to shift it through demand flexibility, the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) points out. Recently RMI … Read more…

Market Research Report: Gensets To Get Even Smarter

Market Research Report: Gensets To Get Even Smarter

Gensets are getting more smart features now that the global power equation is shifting toward distributed, intelligent, and interconnected generation, a new report from Navigant Research shows. The report, “Automated, Interactive, and Analytics-Enabled Reciprocating Generator Sets for Dispatchable Power Applications: Global Market Analysis and Forecasts,” … Read more…

AI-Driven Chatbots To Guide Building Owners with Solar Investments

AI-Driven Chatbots To Guide Building Owners with Solar Investments

Artificial intelligence-driven chatbots are emerging that can guide building owners with decisions about solar investments, according to new market insights from Forester Daily News’ Distributed Energy blog. In a recent post, Distributed Energy’s Laura Sanchez interviews Attila Toth, founder and CEO of PowerScout, Oakland, California-based … Read more…

Demand Response Programs Progress Beyond Emergencies

Demand Response Programs Progress Beyond Emergencies

Demand response programs in the United States are growing more sophisticated and customer-friendly, according to the 2017 Utility Demand Response Market Snapshot from the Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA) and Navigant Research. The report, which was published this week, analyzes 2016 annual data for demand … Read more…

Small to Mid-Sized Businesses Left Out of Demand-Side Management Programs

Small to Mid-Sized Businesses Left Out of Demand-Side Management Programs

Even though they usually make up a large percentage of a utility’s customer base, small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) are significantly underrepresented in demand-side management program participation, according to a recent Navigant Research analysis. Brett Feldman, principal research analyst at Navigant Research, wrote in Forbes … Read more…

New Case Study Zeroes in on Target’s Demand Response Programs

New Case Study Zeroes in on Target’s Demand Response Programs

A new case study in Supply Chain Dive takes a closer look at Target Corporation’s successful demand response approach. Since piloting a program in California in 2006, the company has extended demand response to 815 locations nationwide, which covers nearly half of its stores, the … Read more…

Total Eclipse to Challenge a US Grid Increasingly Reliant on Solar Power

Total Eclipse to Challenge a US Grid Increasingly Reliant on Solar Power

On August 21, the first total solar eclipse to darken U.S. skies since 1979 will force utilities from Oregon through South Carolina to rely on contingency plans for an electric grid increasingly powered by the sun, according to a report this week by the Financial Times.

University of Hawaii Evaluates Energy Storage and Demand-Response in Demo Project with HECO

University of Hawaii Evaluates Energy Storage and Demand-Response in Demo Project with HECO

The University of Hawaii Cancer Center and John A. Burns School of Medicine, adjacent facilities in Honolulu, have joined with Hawaiian Electric on a demand-response demonstration project that uses battery energy storage to deliver power during periods of peak energy use, according to a March 21 report by Pacific Business News.

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