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California aims to fix low-income storage program and deliver new resilience incentives

“The Equity Resiliency program represents a first-in-the-nation precedent to link resilient power and public health, a possible turning point in the protection of medically vulnerable people from climate induced disasters, such as wildfires and heat waves, and related utility shutoffs or brownouts...
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Energy Department Announces Congressionally Mandated Notice of Sale of Crude Oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Fossil Energy (FE) announced a congressionally mandated Notice of Sale of crude oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR). DOE plans to draw down and sell crude oil from three SPR sites—Bryan Mound and Big Hill in T...
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Who will benefit from the surge in behind-the-meter battery installations?

Home with solar and a Tesla Powerwall energy storage system. Credit: Tesla. By Rob Uek, Contributor The electric utility industry has been buffeted by two recent trends that threaten to upend the profitability, and in some cases the future viability of, those companies that are slow to adapt to a ne...
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ASFE Steven Winberg Speaks at Independent Oil and Gas Association of West Virginia

“We believe the development and integration of these tools—coupled with high-performance computing—have the potential to usher in a paradigm shift, from energy production and development, to systems operations. So, just in the past couple of months, we’ve invested nearly $85 million in proje...
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Six more electric utilities commit to delivering content at POWERGEN 2019

The term “utility player” means one thing to a sports club and something else entirely for a electric power trade show, but they are vital to the team effort either way. The latter effort gained a big boost this past week when key industry leaders from six more utilities globally announced they ...
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