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Ad: Utility of the Future. The Promise of Energy Storage

Ad: Utility of the Future. The Promise of Energy Storage

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Connecting generation supply, demand and customers through Smart Grid

Smart grid technology is a bridge that connects generation supply, demand and customers. Yet many utility customers do not know how smart grid technologies will affect them. To make it work, we need to know utility customers. On the distribution-sid ...

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Finding the fit: market-scale EVs / PEVs and the distribution grid

It is no longer a matter of if, but when electric vehicles (EVs) will be fully adopted by the market. In the US, identifying opportunities and implications for EV-to-grid integration is best evaluated from a system-wide perspective. In the US, ISOs ...

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Storage will define the speed of energy and utility industry evolution

Energy storage is a transformative technology--it has the potential to change everything. Ultimately developments in storage, especially large-scale applications, will define the speed of evolution within the energy and utility industry. Energy stor ...

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Carbon policy is coming: Energy industry perspective on potential paths

An informal poll of energy and utility execs taken at the 2009 KEMA Utility of the Future conference indicates that a majority of the audience believes the US will have some kind of carbon legislation by 2010. US Administration could take three poten ...

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Planning new generation assets for carbon constrained future

Carbon control legislation under consideration in Congress is intensifying regulatory uncertainty in US energy generation. The challenge today is keeping existing generation assets spinning while planning for and building new assets. Regulatory unce ...

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Potential directions, impacts of Smart Grid policies and regulations

Rules make markets, and rules are driving the immediate smart grid activities. However, as customers are making their own energy decisions, such as implementing rooftop solar panels, they too are forcing regulatory activity. A smart grid policy stat ...

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Operating a Smart Grid smartly in face of rapid tech development

The Smart Grid is the foundation for Smart Energy. While new Smart Grid opportunities abound for market players with vision and innovation, implementing the technology, systems and supporting processes involves significant challenges. Adapting to ra ...

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Capital cost, availability driving new utility-technology partnerships

Transforming the energy future requires significant investment in emerging technologies and in the processes and services needed to bring new technologies to market. What's the industry to do during these capital constrained times? An accelerating m ...

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Technology, policy, customers set pace of change, path for success

The pace of change towards a sustainable energy future is accelerating. Executives gathered at the KEMA Utility of the Future conference revealed communications, collaboration and innovation are key to how well utilities will fare in a fast-paced, al ...

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