Author Archives: Matthew Arnold

CO Dept of Ag Releases Renewable Heating & Cooling Roadmap

On January 29, 2014, the Colorado Department of Agriculture (CDA) release the Colorado Renewable Heating & Cooling Roadmap. This study, conducted by Energy Intersections, LLC on behalf of CDA, provides a path forward to stimulating the implementation of renewable heating … Continue reading

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Smart grid and renewable energy

Smart grid is an essential part of getting large amounts of distributed generation (DG) on the electricity grid. The grid as it is doesn’t have unlimited capacity to have distributed generation added to it. If the grid is upgraded, which … Continue reading

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Smart Grid and Information Management (post 2)

Grid Week is this week. One of the big conferences for all things about the grid. Smart grid is a big topic this year with every company that is in the $22 billion market sponsoring the conference this year. Most … Continue reading

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The Smart Grid and Information Management

The “Smart Grid” is a much needed upgrade to the electricity grid. In the US, this upgrade has become a multi-billion dollar space that many companies are jumping into with both feet, both old (like Schneider electric, Cisco, IBM to … Continue reading

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Renewable energy everywhere!

Money for Colorado in renewable energy at CRES. Money for PAETEC in renewables at CORE. Continue reading

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