greentechmedia: Bloom Energy Begins Fuel Cell Production in Delaware Jay Owen July 16, 2013 Greentech Mon July 15, 2013 LATEST NEWS: Bloom Energy Begins Fuel Cell Production in Delaware Eric Wesoff – July 14, 2013 Solid oxide fuel cells rolling off a highly subsidized production line. Schneider Electric Eyes Invensys in Another Big Smart Grid Acquisition Jeff St. John – July 12, 2013 A $5 billion offer for Invensys, an industrial controls giant, with some smart grid potential The Top 6 Legal Factors Holding Back Microgrids Benjamin Falber and Natara Feller – July 12, 2013 Here are some potential legal landmines to consider when building a microgrid. Nanosolar, Thin-Film Solar Hype Firm, Officially Dead Eric Wesoff – July 12, 2013 U.S. CIGS solar assets are being auctioned off after more than $400 million in VC investment. The Water-Heater-to-Smart-Grid Connector Goes Commercial Jeff St. John – July 12, 2013 Emerson’s device to turn water heaters into grid energy assets is now in pre-commercial pilot. $100 Trillion for Solar Revealed at Intersolar North America Herman K. Trabish – July 12, 2013 To get into the marketplace, solar needs “a tradable liquid product.” Arizona’s Biggest Utility Proposes a Cut to Net Metering Herman K. Trabish – July 12, 2013 APS calls it customer fairness; solar advocates call it a backdoor tax. How a Utility’s Sketchy Efficiency Practices Could Be Costing Ratepayers More Than $400M Adam James – July 12, 2013 Is FirstEnergy “hiding” efficiency on its books to the detriment of ratepayers?