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Effectively Managing Critical Utility Events Through The Outage Data Initiative (ODI)

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Interoperability, open data, and consumer engagement. We sometimes recall technology buzzwords more readily than a spouse’s birthday. But solutions represented by marketing terminology, must solve a pressing need if they are not to be cast into the dustbins of the modern age. A key pain-point still yearning for tangible change in the rapidly evolving power …

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Steep Utility Fees Are Killing Electric Car Charging Stations

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(Note: This is the article that originally ran in January 2018 on GreenBiz.com by Areg Bagdasarian) High utility fees are a major hurdle to electric vehicles and the commercial charging stations that serve them. Despite the success of General Motors’ all-electric Chevy Bolt and widespread anticipation of Tesla’s forthcoming Model 3 electric sedan, public electric-vehicle …

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Will The Newly Announced Solar Tariff Hinder Growth In America’s Most Prominent Renewable Sector?

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(Insights from Brooklyn SolarWorks Co-Founder and CEO T.R. Ludwig) The adoption of solar power in America is a success story on an upwards trajectory. But U.S.-based manufacturing of solar cells and modules is one with a far less rosy narrative. Will a newly introduced tariff on imported solar panels (crystalline silicon photovoltaic cells CSPVs) be …

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Tax Incentives For The Solar Age: An Interview With Brooklyn SolarWorks’ Steve Nelson

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Though not exactly the great equalizer putting everyone on equal footing, taxes can still feel a little like sitting in traffic; it’s something nearly everyone has to deal with. Tax day for individual filers happens to fall on April 17, 2018 two days later than normal due to April 15th being a Sunday and the …

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