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U.S. Energy Storage Monitor

GreenBiz

Each quarter Wood Mackenzie and the American Clean Power Association (ACP) gather data on U.S. energy storage deployments, prices, policies, regulations, and business models. We compile this information to create the most comprehensive, timely analysis of energy storage in the U.S. As a result, Wood Mackenzie forecasts 59.2

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Wi-SUN FAN adopted for India’s smart meter RF communications

Smart Energy International

The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) has adopted Wi-SUN Alliance FAN (Field Area Network) specification as the national standard for India’s smart meter RF communication networks. The Alliance is also working to start the certification programme for the Wi-SUN FAN specification. Have you read?

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LG ELECTRONICS AND SENSE ANNOUNCE COLLABORATION ON AI-DRIVEN HOME SOLAR AND USAGE MONITORING

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LG Solar and the Sense Solar Home Energy Monitor Provide Solar Output Data, Detailed Home Energy Usage, Costs; Embedded Advanced Metering Data Transmits Wirelessly to Smartphone

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A look at freshwater usage in solar manufacturing

Solar Power World

With solar power becoming more economical, quick to deploy and zero-emissions, it’s quickly emerged as a winner in the energy transition. As a result, countries all over the world are moving to boost their solar supply chains, including attracting manufacturers with subsidies and other incentives.

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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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Giant Queensland zinc mine plans behind the meter wind farm to slash crippling gas power costs

Renew Economy

One of the world's biggest zinc mines says gas power is too expensive and too volatile, and is adding wind power to its solar farm to cut costs and stabilise prices. The post Giant Queensland zinc mine plans behind the meter wind farm to slash crippling gas power costs appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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Maryland Commercial-Community Hybrid Solar Project Begins Generating Power

Solar Industry

Chaberton Energy and Pivot Energy are partnering on a Maryland solar project aimed at powering both commercial and community customers. A portion of the project supplies energy directly to the church, with the rest serving Loyola University Maryland and the surrounding community via subscription model.