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Introduction to Intelligent Power Management

The Environmental Blog

The urgency to reconsider our energy consumption and render it more sustainable has never been greater than it is today. As climate change advances and natural resources become scarcer, attention is increasingly drawn to the efficiency of electricity and gas usage.

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EU closer to enforcing rules on methane emissions in the energy sector

Envirotec Magazine

A coal power plant In Poland. The EU looks ready to enforce new regulations aimed at curbing methane emissions in the energy sector, for the first time. On 15 November, the European Council and Parliament reached a provisional political agreement on a regulation aimed at tracking and reducing methane emissions in the energy sector.

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CEM 2020 calls for papers on emissions monitoring

Envirotec Magazine

In common with past events, CEM 2020 presentations will address key monitoring themes such as the measurement of particulates and gases at low concentrations. Submissions can be made via the event website www.ilmexhibitions.com/cem. These will include greenhouse gases, mercury and trace gases, as well the new topic of hydrogen in flue gas.

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Should California Link Electricity Bills to Customer Incomes?

GreenTechMedia

California already has some of the highest electricity rates in the country. Those costs could rise even faster over the next decade, as utilities harden their grids against wildfires, grow their share of net-metered rooftop solar, and add other costs being passed through to utility customers.

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How today’s technology can support the energy system of tomorrow

Smart Energy International

As energy policy and politics shift globally, business flexibility will be a necessity for the success of the energy transition. Well, not quite, because anyone who has even briefly scanned the news over the last few months will have noted the shift in the political mood music around energy policy across the world.

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The Current System of Electric Billing No Longer Makes Sense

GreenTechMedia

Dan Seif is vice president for market development at 7X Energy, a Texas-based solar developer. Let’s stop pretending that we’re paying for “energy” via our home power bills and understand that we’re mainly paying for infrastructure.

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Electrification gets down to the wire

GreenBiz

It’s a shockingly heady time for electricity. The push to quickly transition carbon-intensive activities away from fossil fuels while meeting the world’s growing energy needs has put electricity producers and consumers squarely in the forefront of the emerging clean economy. Subscribe here. Surge protection.