Midstream Rebates by Craig DiLouie

In 2018, LED rebates began to level out after years of declining amounts in line with declining product costs. According to BriteSwitch, an environmental consultant, LED rebates are increasing, with the majority of growth stemming from higher LED luminaire rebates.

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Harness the Power of Private LTE Networks for Utilities

Webinar – Date: Wednesday, November 13, 2019; Time: 2:00 PM ET / 11:00 AM PT; Duration: 45 minutes. Historically, utilities have preferred to own their own communications networks as it allows them more control over network reliability, security and coverage.

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What Will the Utility of the Future Look Like? by Kevin Joy

From interconnected smart devices to employees with new skill sets, these trends are poised to shape business and customer service models. Once considered predictable and even stodgy, the power and utilities sector is rapidly transforming — and the future is

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The 2017 Utility Energy Efficiency Score

This first edition of the Utility Energy Efficiency Scorecard assesses the 51 largest US electric utilities across a range of energy efficiency metrics. The metrics fall into three categories critical to utility-sector efficiency: (1) quantitative savings and spending performance, (2)

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Where Are the Best Areas for Lighting Rebates?

Customers with multiple locations, nationwide distributors and contractors all want to focus on those regions with the highest rebates. Unfortunately it’s not an easy question to answer because rebates can vary so much. • The 3 States with the Highest

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Horseheads, NY to Buy Street Lighting from NYSEG

The NY State Public Service Commission (Commission), as part of its continuing effort to lower municipal energy costs across the State, today said it had approved separate requests to sell utility-owned streetlights to three municipalities: Town of West Seneca (Erie

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Why the Energy Industry Should Go Digital

As the technology and energy industries continue to evolve, we are seeing more governments take steps to ensure energy conservation, emission reduction in generation, greater energy efficiency, energy quality, and transparency in energy distribution and consumption. With advances in smart

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Churches Going Green to Save on Energy Costs

Some western Colorado churches are looking to the heavens to spend less on utilities, while others see hope in the flames of high-efficiency furnaces. Garfield County congregations are installing solar panels, new heating systems and LED lights to reduce energy

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