As large customers like big box retailers turn more and more to solar power for their energy needs, how will utilities adapt to declining revenues?
The most recent SGCC report found significant support for the smart grid among consumers who have a good working knowledge of what it is, but that’s not as easy as it sounds.
Small businesses and non-profits in NY now have access to $50,000 in low-interest financing to make energy-efficiency upgrades in their buildings.
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) hold a series of town meetings to explain why customers must pay extra to keep their analog meter.
Green Car Reports takes a look at why only six percent of all utilities in the U.S. offer special rates to electric car owners.
Maine Green Power allows both residential and commercial consumers to purchased clean, local renewable energy, including solar, wind, hydro and biomass.
The Long Island Power Authority was ranked ninth out of more than 240 utilities in the U.S. for having the most solar electricity in its energy mix.
A new report by Ceres takes a look at energy efficiency efforts by utility companies across the country and finds wide variations in both efforts and results.
A recent study finds that many utility executives believe they will need to upgrade systems and invest in smart grid technologies to integrate PV onto the grid.
Southern California Edison partners with SunLink to install a massive rooftop solar project in Southern California – a huge boost for renewable energy.