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In the context of the U.S. electricity system’s evolution, Demand Flexibility represents a huge, cost-effective resource option for customers, utilities, and third-party innovators alike to reduce costs and create value.
The word “microgrid” can mean many things to different people. The next time you hear about a microgrid, consider asking about the ownership, how it interacts with the larger grid, its size, its purpose and timeline, its infrastructure, and its “smartness.”
A recent New York Times article, “Enduring Summer’s Deep Freeze,” described a scenario we’re unfortunately all to familiar with in the summer: over-air-conditioned buildings.
The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), in collaboration with Honeywell Energy Services Group, achieved 27 percent energy savings across a portfolio of 12 presidential libraries in 2015.
Divestment can be part of a comprehensive transition to a cleaner energy economy. But if billions of dollars are divested from fossil-fuel companies, where should the money flow to make the biggest impact?