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Blue Lake Rancheria Microgrid Project

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Maryland Community Solar Moves Forward In Wake of Nationwide White House Initiative

Representatives from solar energy organizations gathered at the White House for the National Community Solar Summit November 17. At the end of the day, White House officials announced that 68 cities, states and businesses would join to promote community solar – the focus being on scaling up solar installations for low- and moderate-income households. Government support for community solar has …

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Netherlands Sustainable Energy Producer is Building The Industry’s First Software-Defined Power Plant

Scaling up from community and campus microgrids, leading edge power producers and utilities are helping advance the clean energy transition by making use of pioneering distributed power and energy resource management systems. To wit: Redwood, California-based AutoGrid on November 11 announced that Netherlands-based Eneco Group will use its flagship DROMS application and Predictive Controls technology to build what’s billed as …

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