Solar Finance & VC 0
Energy Jobs: New CEO at Ecova, Plus AutoGrid, Powin Energy, Cypress Creek, Goldman Sachs and More
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Energy Jobs: New CEO at Ecova, Plus AutoGrid, Powin Energy, Cypress Creek, Goldman Sachs and More

Executive and boardroom moves in cleantech, utilities, energy and venture capital.

by Katherine Tweed
Live broadcast of NY REV 2017

Watch New York REV Future 2017 Live on September 26 & 27

GTM Squared will live-stream more than 8 hours of panels from the the two-day event in Brooklyn.

by Nicolas Rinaldi |
The Solar Industry Just Got Rocked by Tariff News. What Does It Mean for Storage?

The Solar Industry Just Got Rocked by Tariff News. What Does It Mean for Storage?

Plus: corporate procurements+storage, interconnection innuendo and that dirty New York City air.

by Julian Spector |
Markets & Policy 7
Sunpower solar jobs

US Solar Companies ‘Plan for the Worst, Hope for the Best’ Following Key Trade Case Vote

Solar industry leaders insist trade remedies are not inevitable.

by Julia Pyper, Lacey Johnson
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NC Republican Lays Out the Conservative Case for Supporting Solar Energy

NC Republican Lays Out the Conservative Case for Supporting Solar Energy

Plus, a list of the latest state-level energy policy developments.

by Julia Pyper |
Manufacturing 47
Suniva, SolarWorld solar cell manufacturing and trade.

Solar Tariff Case Advances as ITC Finds ‘Injury’

Suniva and SolarWorld were handed a win today that could put tens of thousands of U.S. solar jobs at risk.

by Lacey Johnson, Julia Pyper
Software & Analytics 2
Grid+ Raises $40 Million as Blockchain Fever Grows

Grid+ Raises $40 Million as Blockchain Fever Grows

The startup is using blockchain to cut out the middleman in electricity sales.

by Jason Deign
Energy Storage 3
Duke Energy’s $30 Million Investment in Battery Storage Is ‘a Harbinger of Things to Come’

Duke Energy’s $30 Million Investment in Battery Storage Is ‘a Harbinger of Things to Come’

“A lot of regulated utilities don’t have them in their territory now, but have seen the promise of battery storage technology and may be looking at projects of their own.”

by Emma Foehringer Merchant
Electric Vehicles 12
Mercedes Plans to Invest $1 Billion in an Electric SUV-Plus-Battery Plant in Alabama

Mercedes Plans to Invest $1 Billion in an Electric SUV-Plus-Battery Plant in Alabama

Tuscaloosa will become a sport-utility EV manufacturing hub to take on Tesla’s Models X and Y. Will customers follow?

by Jeff St. John
PV, EV, & Storage 31
Drax power station furnace

UK’s Drax to Join Growing List of Battery-Equipped Coal Plants

Thermal generation providers look to storage to boost efficiency and cut emissions.

by Jason Deign
Regulation & Policy 7
Energy Gang Live: Debating Local Climate Policy in the Trump Era

Energy Gang Live: Debating Local Climate Policy in the Trump Era

The Energy Gang is live in New York City this week. We feature energy trivia, a Proust questionnaire, and special guest Mark Chambers.

by Stephen Lacey
Grid Edge 1
A new report pinpoints the trends in selling solar, energy storage, and grid edge products to utilities.

Have You Mastered the Utility Sales Cycle?

A new report uncovers trends in selling solar, energy storage and grid edge products to utilities.

by Bentham Paulos
Policy 0
Corporations With 100% Renewable Energy Goals Now Account for 150 Terawatt-Hours per Year

Corporations With 100% Renewable Energy Goals Now Account for 150 Terawatt-Hours per Year

Big companies vow to take the lead during Climate Week in New York City.

by Emma Foehringer Merchant
A new report pinpoints the trends in selling solar, energy storage and grid edge products to utilities.

Annual Survey Report: Mastering the Utility Sales Cycle

by Bentham Paulos |
Energy Storage 274
Bolivia lithium brine

Lithium-Ion Battery Production Is Surging, but at What Cost?

Gigafactories intended to scale the production of electric-vehicle batteries can exact a human toll.

by Emma Foehringer Merchant
Utility-Scale Solar 7
Duke Energy utility-scale solar farm
Industry Perspective

Utilities: Solar Trade Protections Do More Harm Than Good

A utility coalition argues that new trade barriers will undercut the strength of the entire U.S. electricity system.

by Scott Segal
Electric Vehicles 6
Gogoro electric scooter battery swapping

Gogoro Raises $300M to Build Electric Scooters and Battery-Swapping Networks

Al Gore’s Generation Investment Management is a backer of the electric scooter company.

by Katie Fehrenbacher
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New York Reforming the Energy Vision

Why Solar Advocates Are Crying Foul Over New York’s Latest REV Order

Groups say flawed utility proposals and a lack of certainty on long-term value could undercut the state’s solar market.

by Jeff St. John
Software & Analytics 3
Blockchain: Coming to a Smart Building Near You?
Industry Perspective

Blockchain: Coming to a Smart Building Near You?

From energy management to billing, blockchain will eventually touch everything in buildings.

by Joseph Aamidor
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Proterra’s Electric Bus Breaks a World Record for Range—1,100 Miles on a Single Charge

Proterra’s Electric Bus Breaks a World Record for Range—1,100 Miles on a Single Charge

Proterra and LG Chem step up their battery game.

by Katie Fehrenbacher
Off Grid/Energy Access 1
How Deregulation Could Improve Reliability for Cash-Strapped African Utilities
GTM Research Spotlight

How Deregulation Could Improve Reliability for Cash-Strapped African Utilities

A look at market liberalization progress suggests that broad reforms could have wide-ranging benefits for distributed energy.

by Benjamin Attia and Rebekah Shirley
Electric Vehicles 9
2018 Nissan Leaf

Nissan Signals It’s Not Backing Down on Electric Vehicles

The Nissan-Renault Alliance seeks to reinforce its leadership on EVs with the next-gen Leaf and a new 2022 strategy.

by Emma Foehringer Merchant
Networking/AMI 2
Itron to Acquire Silver Spring Networks in Smart Grid/Smart City Mega-Merger

Itron to Acquire Silver Spring Networks in Smart Grid/Smart City Mega-Merger

The $830 million deal would scale to compete with Landis+Gyr, with increased focus on the SAAS and smart-city markets.

by Jeff St. John
Regulation & Policy 0
PURPA: A Quiet Death or Longer Life After 40 Years of Wholesale Electricity Competition?
Industry Perspective

PURPA: A Quiet Death or Longer Life After 40 Years of Wholesale Electricity Competition?

Wait, PURPA is encouraging lowest-cost wind and solar. Why are lawmakers thinking about ending it?

by John Farrell
Grid Edge 0
Come Watch Top Cleantech Startups in New York Pitch Investors

Come Watch Top Cleantech Startups in New York Pitch Investors

If you’re an investor, utility, entrepreneur or established vendor eyeing the future of New York’s energy scene, you can’t miss this event.

by Jill Kirkpatrick
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