Daily Archives: January 25, 2017

AutoGrid announces record year with 2 GW of distributed energy resources

By Michelle Froese AutoGrid Systems announced a record year that saw rapid adoption of its flexibility management application suite, AutoGrid Flex, with its distributed energy resource (DER) capacity under contract growing 350%, from 550 MW to 2 GW. Last year marks the second successive year in which AutoGrid has increased its DER capacity under contract…

It’s Important To Contact Your Senators Today. Here’s Why

By Guest Contributor Originally published on The Climate Reality Project. Take five minutes and call your senators today to let them know that we can’t trust fossil fuel insiders and climate deniers with the health of our families and our environment. If you ever wondered what was at stake in the cabinet nomination hearings, last…

New Class of Materials Could Revolutionize Alternative Energy Industries

By University of Missouri Columbia It is the thermodynamic stability these molecules exhibit that make them non-toxic and attractive to the biomedical, personal computer and alternative energy industries. The post New Class of Materials Could Revolutionize Alternative Energy Industries appeared first on Solar Thermal Magazine. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Solar Thermal…

AWEA’s Rob Gramlich departs to launch new power grid firm

By Michelle Froese The American Wind Energy Association’s (AWEA) Senior VP of Government and Public Affairs, Rob Gramlich, is leaving to start a firm that will focus on power grid issues. He has spent 12 years at AWEA, and will continue to work for the association as a consultant. In his time at AWEA, Gramlich…

Tesla Autopilot to Evolve to Completely Self-Driving in 3 to 6 Months

By Joel Patel Tesla’s Autopilot software will transition from being an “Enhanced Autopilot” system to completely self-driving in three to six months. Earlier this month, Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced that the automaker’s “Enhanced Autopilot” technology would be offered on all of its vehicles that are equipped with “Hardware 2.0.” The update, which was originally…

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Toyota RAV4 Hybrid Picks Up Lost Prius Sales

By Larry E. Hall Toyota Prius sales declined for the fourth consecutive year in 2016. Fortunately, the RAV4 Hybrid arrived just in time to pick up some of the slack to become the automaker’s second best selling hybrid model. The Prius lineup consisting of the Prius Liftback, Prius v wagon, Prius c compact hatchback and…

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