Costs, Competitveness, Technology
EVs & Storage
Caranfa is a senior sales leader at Honeywell
Mike Caranfa leads sales efforts for the electricity and water businesses in the Americas.
Utility load growth from EVs can actually benefit all ratepayers by providing societal benefits and reducing utilities’ average cost of service.
First of two-part series. See part two, Capturing Benefits for All Ratepayers, in the April 2016 issue.
In New York it’s where we’re staking our energy future.
More than just energy, it's becoming part of the grid.
Today’s technologies are causing utilities to rethink their business models.
Pacific Gas and Electric and automaker BMW are teaming up to test the ability of EV batteries to provide services to the electric grid; MidAmerican Energy completed work on four of five wind farms across Iowa that make up its Wind VIII project; GE received an order from the Tennessee Valley Authority to supply two high-efficiency 7HA.02 gas turbine generators for the new combined-cycle Allen plant; Appalachian Power plans to rebuild the existing South Bluefield-Wythe 69-kV transmission line; Bechtel partnered with Westinghouse Electric to provide decontamination and decommissioning services for nuclear power plants throughout the U.S.; SunEdison and Omnigrid Micropower signed a framework agreement to develop 5,000 rural projects, representing 250 MW of electricity, throughout India; The Tennessee Valley Authority and DuPont partnered to generate power and steam at TVA's Johnsonville site in Tennessee; and others.
Key steps for companies considering on-site energy storage.