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Energy Analyst, Chester Energy and Policy

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World Hydrogen Leader, Charley Rattan Associates

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Journalist, Author, Social Media and Conference Architect, Hippo Energy Media

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writer and researcher, BrightGreen PR

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Visionary and innovator in the utility industry and grid modernization, Burns & McDonnell

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Engineer, Bui Power Authority

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electrical consultant, independent consultant

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Solar evolution proposal

This proposal offers a more balanced way to cope with exports and imports of electric power associated with a solar installation.

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What Does a Smart Grid Look Like in 2022?

Smart technology has taken hold and is becoming more integrated into the grid. These systems enable energy providers to improve the grid in important ways. The modern power grid is based on a number of discrete technologies working together.

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Hope for no Hurricanes!

This will be one of the toughest storm restoration seasons in history if we get serious hurricanes. When you look at supply depots at many utilities the spare areas are not at the levels you normally see at this time of year. If a..

The Grid Adds More Renewable Capacity

In the second half of this year, the US grid is expected to add 29 GW of capacity, which is close to double the 15.1 GW increase seen in the first half of the year, according to the US Energy Information Agency (EIA). A bump in solar energy..

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N.Y. Gov. Hochul Announces Third Competitive Opportunity to Support Existing Wind Energy, Hydropower Projects in New York State

ALBANY, New York, Aug. 17 -- Gov. Kathy Hochul, D-New York, issued the following news release on Aug. 16, 2022:Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the third solicitation under the large-scale renewable energy procurement...

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Rise Light & Power Announces Landmark Proposal to Replace Gigawatts of NYC Fossil Fuel Power Generation with Offshore Wind Energy

Owner of New York City’s Largest Power Plant Proposes New Project to Meet New York’s Ambitious Renewable Energy Goals, Subject to Selection in NYSERDA Offshore Wind Solicitation Rise’s Queensboro Renewable Express...