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    As Standard Solar focuses on non-residential clients, one of the most frequent questions they hear from prospective clients is “what’s my payback?” Standard Solar views “payback” as one of several financial metrics that businesses must analyze and understand when assessing a potential solar project.

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  • Resiliency: How Superstorm Sandy Changed America’s Grid

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    A year and a half after Superstorm Sandy slammed the East Coast, a new buzzword has emerged as a framework for investment: “resiliency.” The term is not new for the power sector. But it’s taken on a more urgent meaning within utility boardrooms, regulatory proceedings, government agencies and technology companies. It is partially driving the business plans of East Coast utilities – and consequently spreading throughout the U.S. to influence the broader electricity sector.

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    Join us to learn how the next generation of smart city technologies are significantly strengthening smart city project economics by harnessing the value of energy savings and combining that with the revenue generation of solar energy.  These fully integrated networked intelligent streetlights simultaneously enable valuable services for added municipal safety and security, and improve resilience and sustainability by establishing mesh communication and data networks that can be grid independent during periods of power disruption.

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  • Optimizing Grid Intelligence Using the Meter as a Sensor

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    In an effort to derive additional value from its smart grid project, Duke Energy is expanding its program to collect voltage and other power attribute information directly from the meter for use in distribution automation programs.

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    During this webinar, Solectria Renewables, in conjunction with Greentech Media, will explore the primary considerations of achieving compliance with NEC 2014 for arc fault detection and rapid shutdown requirements.  Even though Massachusetts is currently the only state that follows NEC 2014, many states are slated to adopt this code cycle by the end of 2014, such as Georgia, Texas, Colorado and New Mexico.  Information in this webinar is also valuable for those having to comply with NEC 2011 arc fault detection requirements.

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