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Six Energy Trends for 2020
- Jan 29, 2020 12:33 am GMT
This item is part of the Special Issue - 2020-01 - Predictions & Trends, click here for more
In 2020 and beyond, Con Edison will continue to harden the electric grid against vulnerabilities identified in its newly released Climate Change Study. It will integrate more renewable energy sources, improve reliability with battery storage technology, and optimize energy efficiency with artificial intelligence.
The title of this post indicated it’s the third part in this series. The first part was posted a little over a year ago, and the second this spring. This post is about Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS).
: The past is mostly known, but the future is generally unpredictable. The latter is true even under the best of circumstances, but our path recently has become increasingly unstable. This is primarily due to alterations in our environment caused..
Episode #90: 'Diving Into Project Nexus And Floating Solar' With Josh Weimer of Turlock Irrigation District [an Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast]
Every so often, we hear about breakthroughs taking place in the laboratory setting or academic papers that highlight the type of program that has the power to transform the utility sector, and they get touted and shared in headlines, social..
Sometimes you need to be ready to give something away to save it. The coasts of Earth’s oceans are like that. Many of these, which are not preserved by governments, are prime development-land.
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