New microgrid to help Eugene supply during bad weather

Eugene Water & Electric Board has installed a 500KW/1000KWh battery energy storage system at the Howard Elementary School.

New initiative to enhance utility access to USDA loans

The Environmental and Energy Study Institute and the USDA have launched the Access Clean Energy Savings initiative

National Grid recognised for diversity in workforce management

DiversityInc has ranked US utility National Grid as one of the top utilities for diversity and inclusion. The...
wind energy generation

Ameren to acquire Missouri’s most advanced wind facility

Ameren Missouri is set to acquire its third wind generation facility in Missouri from a subsidiary of Enel

New York to eliminate coal by end-2020

New York state has finalised the adoption of regulations that will see coal-use end by year’s-end 2020, and ensure that all power plants in the state are adherent to the state’s new carbon emissions limits.

US DoE announces $8 million in cyber-threat, resilience funding

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced an $8 million investment in innovative approaches to enhance the reliability and resilience of the country’s energy infrastructure.
health and safety

Landis+Gyr scoops two awards for health and safety at North American...

Landis+Gyr has been recognised for excellence in operational safety at two of its North American facilities.

Enel launches new start-up innovation hub in US

Enel has announced the opening of its newest Innovation Hub in Boston at Greentown Labs, the largest clean-tech startup incubator in the United States.

Ameren reveals 80% CO2 reduction target by 2050

US utility company Ameren has released its 2019 sustainability report. The St. Louis Missouri-based power company states that it will be targeting an 80% reduction in carbon emissions by 2050.
New York

New York lawmakers move to ban new fossil-fuel plants

Two New York state lawmakers are introducing legislation that would ban the development of new fossil fuel plants or pipelines as part of the state's energy system.

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