Duke Energy’s Renewable Energy Portfolio Grows Almost 20%

Duke Energy’s Renewable Energy Portfolio Grows Almost 20%

  Duke Energy’s renewable energy capacity grew by almost 20% in 2017. According to the company’s recently released sustainability report, the electric company reduced its generation fleet’s carbon dioxide emissions by 31%, sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions decreased 96% and nitrogen oxides (NOX) emissions decreased by … Read more…

New York Aims for New, Ambitious Energy Goals

New York Aims for New, Ambitious Energy Goals

  Governor Andrew M. Cuomo recently announced an ambitious acceleration of energy efficiencyin New York, including a comprehensive plan to achieve a new target for significant greenhouse gas emission reductions, decrease consumer energy costs and create job opportunities. Meeting the new energy efficiency target will … Read more…

Portland Utility Proposes ‘Green Tariff” for Large Customers to Purchase Renewable Energy Straight from the Source

Portland Utility Proposes ‘Green Tariff” for Large Customers to Purchase Renewable Energy Straight from the Source

  Due to growing demand for renewable energy, Portland General Electric, like other utilities across the US, has proposed a voluntary “green tariff” that would be available to large business and municipal customers, allowing them to purchase renewable power directly from new solar, wind or … Read more…

Duke Energy Customers in NC to Benefit from Approved Rebate Program

Duke Energy Customers in NC to Benefit from Approved Rebate Program

Business and non-profit energy users in North Carolina are eligible for solar rebates through a new program from Duke Energy. The $62 million solar rebate program – which will help customers with the upfront cost of installing solar panels on their properties – has been approved by the North Carolina Utilities Commission.

Honeywell Shares an Inside Look at How Federal Buildings Benefit from Energy Efficiency

Honeywell Shares an Inside Look at How Federal Buildings Benefit from Energy Efficiency

Federal agencies, among the largest consumers of energy, are focused on ensuring they’re operating as efficiently as possible while making sure power is available when and where it’s needed, according to software-industrial company Honeywell. The company’s VP Kevin Madden shares thoughts on the significance of the project.

Product Announcement: energyOrbit Marketplace for Centralized Utility Incentives Application

Product Announcement: energyOrbit Marketplace for Centralized Utility Incentives Application

  energyOrbit, a cloud solution provider, has launched the energyOrbit Marketplace portalfor selecting and applying for products and incentives in one centralized platform. The energyOrbit Marketplace, which is housed and powered on the Salesforce platform, combines and simplifies the application process for all EE/DSM offers … Read more…

4 Ways Utility Interval Data Can Give Your Energy Management Program a Strategic Boost

4 Ways Utility Interval Data Can Give Your Energy Management Program a Strategic Boost

If you’re like most organizations, your energy management initiatives are supported by utility data. This usually requires collecting, analyzing, and understanding energy consumption and costs at a monthly bill level. And while bill data is a logical place to start because it’s readily accessible, it has its limitations.

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