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Two Key Steps to Energy-as-a-Service for Utilities

The straightforward relationship between utilities generating and distributing power, and the customers consuming and paying for it, is history. Consumers are morphing into “prosumers” who use as well as produce electricity – and even into...

Safeguarding Canada’s Green Future

With the rise of climate-related disasters at our front door, we Canadians clearly see the impact of climate change. The time to act is now. Canadian organizations have a responsibility to lead the charge in changing the country’s course towards a...

Don’t Short the Grid

The Inflation Reduction Act is the blow dryer, and our electric grid is a circuit without a breaker. The Inflation Reduction Act is a massive $1.2 trillion jolt of electricity for the energy transition. While it encourages more renewable energy,...

Green Ammonia to be Fossil-Free "Crude" of the Hydrogen Fuel Economy

Hydrogen has the potential to decarbonize a wide range of heavy industries including energy, chemicals, steel and cement, which means demand is going to be huge. In its Net-Zero Emissions scenario the IEA expects demand to increase fivefold from...

Sustainable Path Toward Succession

As a business owner, you've spent years building your business and hiring the right people for the right job. That responsibility doesn't end once you decide to step away; in fact, it becomes even more important. In this article, we'll take a closer...

Grid Operators Prepare for the New Normal

One constant of the climate crisis has been that every year, extreme weather events show the threat that rising temperatures pose to people across the world, as well as to the electrical grids we rely on to power our societies. Even with several...

NYPA Joins Global Initiative to Address Power System Climate Resilience and Adaptation

The New York Power Authority (NYPA) announced that it has been named a co-founder of a global initiative that aims to create a more resilient power system. The three-year initiative—Climate READi: Power (REsilience and ADaptation...

Transformer Asset Tax Qualification in Renewable Energy Projects

Renewable Energy projects have been blessed with tax credits. Tax credits are incentives provided for green energy by the federal government; certain qualifications must be met in order to receive them. Wind and solar projects, in particular, have...

From Electrolytes to High Density Energy: A new green technology on the horizon

It’s simple: a chemical reaction that occurs naturally can be used to generate electrical energy. This ecologically friendly technology - harnessed properly and contained in a generation unit compact enough - could power electric motors, a house,...

Building Resilience: Now is the time to invest in natural hazard risk management

From raging wildfires in Australia at the start of 2020, to the devastating flash flooding across much of Europe in July 2021, recent years have been scattered with natural hazard events that have destroyed property and infrastructure, devastated...

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