Why Advanced Nuclear Reactors May Be Here Sooner Than Many Imagine
Advanced nuclear reactors are moving toward commercialization faster and with less government support than many realize. Their smaller size and advances in computing are helping.by Ted Nordhaus and Jessica Lovering
How Facebook’s Predictive Grid Map Can Identify African Off-Grid Market Opportunities
To bring electricity to the 600 million Africans without it, we must first know where they are. New tools are emerging that will allow developers to more efficiently target opportunities.by Lucy Shaw and Jake Cusack
10 Mistakes I’ve Made Selling and Installing Battery Storage Systems
The CEO of Silicon Valley’s Cinnamon Energy Systems boils down his biggest lessons from the residential battery business—from buggy software and interconnection delays to understanding customers’ emotions.by Barry Cinnamon
While demand response programs have evolved in recent years from one-way load control programs, the emergence of the internet of things (IoT) and sophisticated software control platforms has created new opportunities to harness and aggregate DR resources in ways unavailable less than a decade ago.
In this minibrief, Centrica Business Solutions explores the shifting technological and policy factors impacting demand response in the United States.
Cloud-based digitalization can unlock the scale and flexibility utilities need to meet the challenges of the evolving grid. By migrating workloads to the cloud, utilities can leverage elastic computing resources and build IT/OT integrations to transform their models of power delivery and management. Download this white paper to learn how a cloud-first approach empowers utilities to optimize distributed energy resources, improve security and resiliency, and design new customer-first energy offerings and engagement tools.