Electrics vehicles are coming, and New England and California better watch out

“Consider the following: the transportation sector (planes, trains, and automobiles) accounts for almost 29% of all energy consumed in the United States. The vast majority of that energy comes from oil-derived fuels, such as the gasoline and diesel we use in our cars. Switching to an electrified fleet of vehicles has the potential to reduce…

EPRI study finds that a consumer-driven increase in electrification provides lower cost, less energy use and fewer emissions

“A new report by the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) concludes that increased use of electric vehicles and increasing customer choice coupled with an expanded array of attractive electricity-powered technologies will help improve U.S. energy efficiency while reducing emissions in concert with substantial economic growth over the next three decades. The study found that under…

ISO offers training on the electric grid and markets

“In an effort to help market participants and the general public understand how the electric system works, the California ISO recently unveiled a redesigned and updated “Learning Center” webpage on its website. The page offers a broad array of courses, including webinars, computer-based training modules, a schedule of in-person education events, and resources for a…
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