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ERCOT: Load impact of COVID-19 minimal so far

No one can doubt the devastating impact of the coronavirus pandemic on economic activity and burden to the health care industry. The fiscal hit and human tolls are enormous tragedies. One grid independent system operator’s...

Ten ways that power generation defined 2019: the top 10 stories in Power Engineering

Well, 2019  is almost in the books, and it’s been about as eventful and change-worthy as most other years. In other words, it’s been as intense as ever. On the surface, 2019 for power generators looked pretty routine...

‘Don’t be a jerk’ and other words of wisdom for people in the power...

Get a sneak peek at the POWERGEN women with excellent character For the first time, POWERGEN International along with partner UL, will be awarding five women with Excellence in Character Awards at the upcoming event...

Op-ed: Grid inertia and why it matters in a renewable world

General Electric will demolish the 750 MW Inland Empire Energy Center (IEEC) in California that has 20 years remaining in its useful life. With solar and wind dominating the grid, the plant has been deemed uneconomical after...

ABB Q&A: From switchgear to HVDC and beyond

Gas insulating switchgear, high voltage direct current transmission, microgrids and renewable energy. ABB is involved in all of it. The Swiss company with a historic tradition of energy industry innovations also has gone through plenty...

Gas- and diesel-fired Canal 3 station completed at Cape Cod

Work is completed for the unique dual-fueled Canal 3 Generation Station on Cape Cod. The Canal 3 (pictured) was a joint engineering and construction venture of Burns & McDonnell and Skanska USA Civil. They started construction in 2017,...

Enel X, UMass sign deal for solar-storage hybrid on campus

The advanced energy services wing of Italian-based Enel Group will install a 1-MW solar photovoltaic (PV) and companion battery storage system at the University of Massachusetts campus in Boston. The long-term agreement between Enel X...

FirstLight acquires Massachusetts university energy storage projects

The two systems are located at Brandeis University and the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth.

Wind, hydro make way into ISO-New England Day-Ahead Market

Requiring DNE dispatchable resources to participate in the Day-Ahead Energy Market will lead to a more accurate commitment of resources and an improvement in the price convergence between the day-ahead and real-time markets.

The Story on Storage: Is it Truly Charging Ahead?

Although high levels of renewable integration targeted by state policies may require some form of energy storage and load shifting, a clear solution for utility-scale electric energy storage has yet to appear. 

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