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The US' Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA) has announced updates to the SEPA Catalog of Standards (CoS), to include, for the first time, standards governing distributed energy resources (DER), Smart Energy, and data exchange.
Canada's Opus One Solutions has announced an agreement with Southern California Edison to create “interoperable distributed control architecture”.
The first community solar portfolio includes 15 sites across upstate New York in multiple NYISO Load Zones and is expected to be fully constructed and operational within 18 months.
In late January 2020, Clarion Energy's Rod Walton spoke to experts from Siemens and Bentley at DISTRIBUTECH International, about their new offering for utilities and what it means for the future. Next week, we’ll be hosting a live webcast with experts from Bentley Systems to explain more.
The global market for blockchain applications in remote and grid-connected microgrids is set to expand by 67.8% between 2019 and 2028.
The UK’s electricity network companies have worked together through the Open Networks Project to launch System Wide Resource Registers, which will give the entire industry more information about connected generation over 1MW.
Annabel Wilton, an analyst at Bloomberg NEF talks about the adoption of renewable energy globally, DER and how the shift toward 'behind the meter' is going to impact on utilities. Wilton was speaking to Smart...
ustralia’s Renewable Energy Agency has awarded AU$9.6 million to 12 projects aimed at boosting distributed energy resources integration into the country’s power grid.