The Effect of COVID-19 Work from Home Policies on Building Energy Profiles


The rapid spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is upending our economies and reshaping the way we live our lives. In order to show the impact of the new Work From Home policy on building energy profiles and patterns, David Energy reviewed the electric demand changes of a commercial building in Manhattan connected to Mycor. 

The Latest Evolution of Distributed Energy Resources — Opportunity for Business Within PJM


Distributed energy resources have evolved. No longer merely rooftop solar panels or backup generators, they are imbued with software intelligence and new capabilities. Get the new paper from Cummins and NRG that focuses on opportunities available to businesses and institutions within the PJM Interconnection, one of the world’s largest organized wholesale markets, serving 65 million people in a broad swath of the United States.

The Case for Waste to Energy: Utilizing Low-Btu Reciprocating Gas Engine Generators

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With the development of large reciprocating generator sets that can run reliably on alternative fuels such as low-Btu (i.e. dilute) methane, landfills, waste treatment plants, coal mining facilities and other sources of waste fuel now have a way to harness these “free” energy sources. Get the new paper that outlines the process for determining waste-to-energy site suitability, reviews the maintenance issues and technology answers related to contaminants often found in methane, and cites several working waste-to energy installations as examples of installed waste-to-energy applications. 

Without Digital There Will be No Energy Transition

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By now, most of us have settled into the idea of an energy transition. We all know that we need to move away from fossil fuels and towards a sustainable energy future. And that part of this energy transition process will be working out how to navigate our way through the changes to rebuild our current global energy systems. Get the full report from Advisian, as the company explores digitization as the key to a successful transition. 

Capturing the Full Value of Renewable Energy for Business in ERCOT

Renewable Energy

Today’s smart businesses are seeking ways to green their electric supply and leverage the increasingly favorable prices of renewable energy. Download the new paper from NRG that examines challenges within the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), and offers insight into an opportunity emerging out of the changing market and a simplified way to capture it, calibrated to various levels of risk tolerance. 

A Novel, Renewable Energy Microgrid for a California Healthcare Facility

The California Energy Commission awarded a $4.78M grant to Charge Bliss, Inc. through PON- 14-301 to design, engineer, build, and operate the first renewable energy microgrid for a hospital in California at the Kaiser Permanente facility in Richmond, California. To learn more download this paper.

City of Berkeley Microgrid

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Download this case study to lean how the City of Berkeley designed a replicable, clean energy microgrid community in a dense urban area that contributes to both safety and sustainability.

Variable Speed Diesel

Off-grid system operators are increasingly turning to wind and solar generation to lower their diesel fuel consumption. Unfortunately, they quickly hit a technical barrier, with the operability of conventional diesel generation constraining the possible renewable energy penetration. To learn more download this white paper.

The Rise of Clean Energy Microgrids & Why They Make Sense

clean energy microgrid

All microgrids offer greater electric reliability. But the clean energy microgrid does more. It also reduces carbon emissions and helps organizations reach sustainability goals. Download the new report from Microgrid Knowledge that covers why clean energy microgrids make sense for hospitals, higher education institutions, military and government, and businesses.