The acquisition of SMRE is another step in executing our strategy of sustainable growth by addressing an additional fast growing and technologically synergistic market while diversifying into new fields outside the solar arena

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Natural gas is the primary space heating fuel in almost half of all U.S. households, and colder temperatures increase the consumption of natural gas for heating purposes. Data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration indicate that heating degree days

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More consumers are yearning to use renewable energies, and energy providers are trying to fill that gap between what’s already being done and what consumers want

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Natural gas producers face a daunting crisis, a natural gas advisory panel said in a report in December, highlighting the challenges that natural gas producers face in market access and pricing for their commodity.

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The electric power sector is the nation’s largest consumer of coal, accounting for 93% of total U.S. coal consumption between 2007 and 2018. The decline in coal consumption since 2007 is the result of both the retirements of coal-fired power plants and the decreases in the capacity factors, or utilization, of coal plants as increased competition from natural gas and renewable sources have reduced coal’s market share.

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Rhode Island's energy has a unique history that has spanned across generations. Each community on this small island has it's own story that has spanned generations past. 

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The natural gas price increase was the result of a several factors that conspired to dramatically tighten the supply/demand balance. The U.S. has seen structural increases in gas demand over the last few years, with coal-fired power plants shutting down in favor of gas generation.



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Over the next year, large, centrally-located power plants will be supplemented with new, renewable energy sources connected throughout the transmission & distribution system. We’ve already seen some impacts in smart grid and grid edge technologies, but as we move towards a growing network of interconnected grids, we’ll begin to see a new digital grid of the future emerge. 

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During January 2018, natural gas spot prices spiked in the Northeast as a period of prolonged cold weather affected much of the eastern United States. Major increases in the Algonquin Citygate, which serves Boston-area consumers, and the Transco Zone 6 NY hub, which serves New York City.

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Massachusetts is filled with a timeless energy that spans across generations. Each city holds its own unique history that sheds light of their culture. It's not only Boston that has a story to tell.

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If the customers want renewables, you have to give them what they want. Johnson explained that Southern Company helped develop a microgrid around a new community of 64 smart homes – the homes use solar and battery energy storage and have smart interconnected devices that talk to the grid and know when to turn on and off according to the energy supply available.

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When you are driving through the state of Maryland, the atmosphere can change on a dime. You can pass through rolling country hills, small Main St gems, huge cityscapes, and waterfront promenades while barely adding to the odometer. And while we often tout the tourist attractions in big cities like Baltimore, Annapolis, and Frederick, these cross-state adventures have made us appreciate the little guy.

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The statistics on the low number of women in the power industry can be discouraging and yet in reality, there are many successful women in energy and even more to be nurtured. 

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