Solar One launches solar+storage program for vulnerable New York City communities

Solar One launches solar+storage program for vulnerable New York City communities

Through a program funded by the Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery (GOSR), NYC nonprofit Solar One and its network of installers are helping volunteer emergency responders and community organizations keep the lights on during blackouts. Whether triggered by unprecedented storms, heatwaves or wildfires, blackouts are becoming increasingly common and hazardous. New Yorkers who weathered Superstorm […]

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Report explores the most effective renewable energy development priorities for utilities

Report explores the most effective renewable energy development priorities for utilities

ScottMadden released its latest edition of The ScottMadden Energy Industry Update (EIU). Themed “Everything Counts … In Large Amounts,” this EIU explores key considerations for utilities in balancing or prioritizing development of utility-scale versus distributed renewable resources. “Large amounts” of renewable resources are on the horizon, constituting a big part of interconnection queues across the […]

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