DAILY NEWSLETTER | Friday, January 27, 2012
Guest Post: Fuel Cells on the LEEDing Edge
Fuel cells have been around since the invention of the first bicycle. Now, the training wheels are off—and businesses are saving money and applying to earn LEED credits with fuel cells.
Entergy Tests AMI Voltage Optimization
What else can the smart meters do?
Wind Finishes 2011 Big, Sort Of
Everybody is hustling to build before the December 2012 cliff edge.
Glen Canyon Promises the $25 Smart Meter
The just-unstealthed startup says it has landed a 1.5-million-unit order from China for its super-cheap smart meters.
DistribuTECH Smart Grid Show Wrap-Up
A roundup of this week’s reporting from the big San Antonio smart grid event
Buffett’s MidAmerican Energy Holding Forms Renewables Unit
“This is a vote for renewable energy, not a bet,” says MidAmerican VP.
FLISR: When an Hour-Long Outage Lasts Two Minutes
It’s like insurance for the grid, but could also be an up-sell for customers.
Who Reigns Supreme in Residential Solar?
SolarCity’s aggressive consumer marketing and expansion into new markets puts it firmly at the head of the pack.
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Aims at 33 Percent Renewables by 2020
It’s “the most exciting time to be in electricity since Edison invented the light bulb,” according to the DWP boss.