A New Initiative, a New Fuel Cell Car
Consistently setting, measuring, and updating quantitative performance metrics should be a central feature of any program.
First of two-part series. See part two, Capturing Benefits for All Ratepayers, in the April 2016 issue.
A readily available option for storage may be coordinating existing devices that have untapped storage capacity
A network of networks – in search of an orchestrator.
How much of a $100 billion market in electric vehicles can utilities capture – or afford not to?
Three ‘power plays’ for utilities seeking growth.
For many, it’s the next logical step for smart grid technology.
Consumers now are setting the agenda.
The Hawaii Public Utilities Commission has authorized three affiliated electric utilities (Hawaiian Electric Company, Hawaii Electric Light Company, Inc., and Maui Electric Company, Ltd. [the HECO companies]) to implement a pilot program designed to provide the utilities with the tools necessary for developing the requisite infrastructure for encouraging the growth and viable development of the electric vehicle (EV) market.