NYSERDA

clean energy project

NYSERDA backs solar generation to stabilise grid network

The clean energy project falls under NYSERDA's NY-SUN Initiative and includes the development of 2.5MW solar energy plant in Watertown, Jefferson county. Launched in 2012,...
smart grid innovation

NYSERDA launches smart grid initiative with Navigant

In a combined statement, Navigant announced that it partnered with the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) to implement authority’s newly...
energy efficiency programme

US DoE sponsors energy efficiency programme for SMEs

Under the agreement, the DoE will provide the US-based energy efficiency firm with $1.35 million to implement the ‘Achieving Energy Efficiency in Small Businesses in Low-Income...
storage

New York works toward 100MWh electricity storage target

Mayor Bill de Blasio has set a target of reaching 1GW of solar capacity by 2030 in addition to the 100MWh electricity storage target...
NYPA energy efficiency

NYSERDA expands industrial energy efficiency

The funding will be provided to two energy efficiency programmes launched by NYSERDA with the aim of reducing energy consumption and costs in industrial...
ENGIE EPS

US utilities partner in energy efficiency deal

The deal includes the Port Washington-based Franklin Energy Services implementing and managing energy efficiency programmes for the two AvanGrid owned utilities. The projects will focus...
Energy management in commercial buildings

New York signs energy management deal for commercial buildings

In a combined statement, NYSERDA said it will use Noveda Technology’s solution in its Real Time Energy Management (RTEM) programme. The RTEM is designed to...

$4.3mn for smart grids in New York

In his ongoing commitment to the development of smart grids in New York, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has awarded $4.3 million to researchers seeking...

$10mn to develop New York state smart grid

[img:Cuomo.thumbnail.jpg|Governor Andrew
M. Cuomo, New York
]Albany, NY, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- June 12, 2013 - New York governor Andrew M. Cuomo has made available $10 million to promote new smart grid technologies that will help re-engineer the New York state electric grid.

The funding available is part of the state’s Energy Highway Blueprint, which called for innovative projects to help reduce peak demand strains on the electric system and reduce associated costs, integrate intermittent power sources, such as wind and solar, strengthen the security of the system, and improve overall reliability.

Smart Storage Summit Conference Program

Smart Storage Summit

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Storage and renewables innovation and integration

09h00 - 09h30

Quantifying the economics and the market demand for energy storage technologies applications
Michael DeAngelis, Manager, Energy Research & Development, SMUD

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