Tag: Power

Learn How to Increase Customer Engagement Under NY REV

The webinar will identify key strategies for engaging and communicating with customers under the NY REV. With customers playing an integral role in the overall system, attendees will gain valuable insight in how to increase customer engagement. Learn the means and technologies you can use to effectively communicate with prosumers and commercial customers.

These Residential Battery Storages Will Help Power New York City


Con Edison

Con Edison has filed a project that will bring battery storage technology to New York City neighborhoods in order to ensure service is reliable during the hot summer months. By the summer of 2018, the company will deploy batteries capable of sending 1 megawatt of power for four hours into the grid to serve homes and businesses.

Air Force Develops New, Deployable, Energy Systems


Donna Lindner | Air Force Research Laboratory

Today’s expeditionary military forces require steady, reliable energy sources to power worldwide missions.

Diverse field environments and a move towards cost-effective, resilient and agile energy supplies are driving a new look at the way the Defense Department powers a mission — and the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Advanced Power Technology Office leads the innovation from the front.

The Coming Age of the Smart Green City Building

Date: Oct. 17, 2016

What kind of buildings will be in the smart cities of tomorrow? While the cities of the future will still be home to older historical and other buildings that are not energy-efficient good citizens of the power grid, the move will increasingly be to smart green buildings.

Will Hydrogen Be the Savior of Overloaded Microgrids?

Date: Oct. 17, 2016

What sources of power can be counted on to back up microgrids when power from utilities runs low? We all think first about solar, batteries, wind, hydro and geothermal. But what about hydrogen? Maybe we should be thinking about that too.

Grid Alternatives on Tribal Communities

Date: Oct. 11, 2016 –

In years past, many tribal lands were too remote to have access to reliable electricity. Many relied on gas and diesel-powered generators. That is changing, thanks in large part to the Department of Energy’s Tribal Energy Development grant program that is administered by the U.S. Department of the Interior.