Markets and policy align to boost renewables – and storage

June 24, 2015

States and municipalities are setting big goals for renewable energy standards, and it may not be for all of the reasons you think. Hawaii just set an ambitious target to have 100 percent of their electricity come from renewables by 2045. Vermont recently passed a bill requiring more than half of that state’s power to […]

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Unlocking the Power of Intermittent Renewables

June 10, 2015

Generating electricity from intermittent renewables, like wind and solar, is becoming increasingly cost-effective for energy applications of all types. But what happens when the sun sets or the wind stops? As countries, states, and municipalities across the globe move towards establishing – or expanding on – renewable portfolio standards, the need for flexible and efficient […]

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