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As utilities across the U.S. urgently work to restore power to the millions of Americans affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, we are reminded of...

The US electric grid is having its smart phone moment. Will the federal government get in the way? That’s the worry of clean energy groups that are...

15.02.2017 , Harald Schützeichel

Odd news: How USAID "supports" African Start-ups

The problem is evident: Africa’s off-grid industry is dominated by multinational companies. Local solar companies often fail due to the lack of...

Small and medium enterprises (SME) are the main driver for innovation, poverty reduction, employment generation and social integration. The lack of...

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Electric cooperatives in the U.S. have vastly accelerated solar power installments. Today, they own...

For 100 years, most decisions about the U.S. electric grid have been made at the top by electric...

Alexis Zeigler describes Living Earth Farm, a conservationist-oriented community in rural Virginia...

With all the world’s eyes watching it and urging it along, green energy and energy storage together...

Starting in 2020, virtually all new homes in California will be required to incorporate advanced...

The eleventh humanitarian microgrid installed by sonnen provides immediate relief to Lares residents...

sonnen has commissioned a solar-plus-storage microgrid project at a primary healthcare facility in...

Switzerland-based power and automation group ABB has been awarded a contract to install advanced...

Through collaboration with nongovernmental organizations and local groups, Blue Ion units are...

The use of batteries to reduce peak demand charges may be one of the most clearly defined business...

Residents of Maine’s Isle au Haut are investing in their own microgrid to address aging...

Classrooms at the SU Matrullas school in Orocovis are now entirely powered by solar panels and...