The U.S. Energy Storage Monitor tracks the second-highest quarter on record for behind-the-meter batteries, plus a shift toward longer-duration grid batteries.
The concept of energy independence has evolved considerably over the years. In this week’s Interchange, we look at how Trump’s interpretation fits into the historic picture.
Electricity utilities have long been favorites of dividend investors. The reasons for this are simple. In exchange for putting up the capital to provide power to thousands of households, regulators guarantee them a reasonable rate of return.
After raising more than $2 billion, the Silicon Valley fuel cell unicorn makes public offering plans official — at a yet to be determined price range.
Michigan utility customers who put surplus electricity they generate back onto the power grid will be paid a lower, avoided-cost rate after June 1.
In this week’s episode of The Interchange: the consequences of all that wind and solar flooding the grid.
The Energy Storage Association has published a roadmap for the adoption of 35 GW of energy storage, as well as outlining the benefits of such a move.
In a new filing, Apple cites “increased investment uncertainty” for the company and its supplier partners if the Clean Power Plan is reversed.
On this week’s Interchange podcast, former EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy assess the Trump administration’s efforts to dismantle the agency.
Chicago-based ComEd and Siemens are partnering on their first utility-operated microgrid cluster.
This week, an episode of Watt It Takes: Sungage’s Sara Ross talks with Powerhouse’s Emily Kirsch about building a solar loan company.