- Dec 9, 2022 3:46 am GMT
Welcome to the monthly digest that looks at shared insight from professionals dealing with different aspects of energy management, such as energy efficiency and load management. We pull some noteworthy articles from our large array of valuable industry content from the last month focused on these critical energy management topics. Feel free to check in here every month for these updates, but also make sure to check out the rest of the site to ensure you are not missing out on any valuable information. The comments section is also open to your feedback and questions as you keep the conversation going.
Energy Efficiency – A Ten Point Action Plan
Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/c/ee/energy-efficiency-%E2%80%93-ten-point-action-plan
Julian Jackson, a Staff Writer for Energy Central BrightGreen PR, wrote a piece about a 10-point plan released to discuss how industry figures can best combat climate change. This article goes through each point plan and discusses how these components would work. It goes into detail about the facts and data that back up the actions tied to each point.
Texas Is Becoming a Bitcoin-Mining Capital. Can the Grid Handle It?
Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/c/em/texas-becoming-bitcoin-mining-capital-can-grid-handle-it
Here, Christopher Neely, an independent journalist, looks at how Texas has become the main place for bitcoin-mining in the US. The article that Christopher links to, weighs whether the grid will be able to handle bitcoin mining. This is particularly notable given that Texas has faced major issues in its grid reliability over the past few years.
Helping Customers Reduce Building Emissions
Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/o/questline/helping-customers-reduce-building-emissions
With the update, Alexandra Greenberg, a Content Strategist for Questline Digital, goes into detail about how companies can work with their customers to help them reduce their carbon emissions. This article specifically focuses on emissions from buildings. Many utility companies have private businesses as customers who often have significant buildings.
Report: California Leads Nation on Energy Efficiency
Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/c/ee/report-california-leads-nation-energy-eff...
For this post, PJ Davis, at Editor with Energy Central, provides a link to a database concerning energy efficiency. It is the American Council for an Energy Efficiency’s “score card”. This map helps people understand what states are doing to be more energy efficient. It shows that California is leading the nation in term efficiency statistics.
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