Stephanie Greene, director of clean transportation at PG&E, on the company’s role in EV engagement

November 6, 2018 by  
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As they say: with great power comes great responsibility.The investor-owned utility PG&E provides energy for one in 20 Americans — and they know about both. With that scale and scope, as well as determination to cut costs for customers by providing cheaper, cleaner energy, PG&E has created national programs to support customers in adopting these vehicles.

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Stephanie Greene, director of clean transportation at PG&E, on the company’s role in EV engagement

Chris Clark, president of Minnesota, South Dakota and North Dakota at Xcel Energy, on how utilities can work with community reductions goals

November 6, 2018 by  
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Xcel Energy, an electric and natural gas utility based out of the Midwest, has a diverse base of customers and a diverse portfolio of energy sources. Chris Clark, the president of Minnesota, South Dakota and North Dakota regions for Xcel Energy, discussed how utilities can be “good neighbors” by helping communities reach carbon reduction goals, cut costs for customers and residents and generally, “help keep the lights on,” he told GreenBiz’s senior analyst Elaine Hseish with a smile.

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How the Grid Powers Innovation

October 2, 2017 by  
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Traditionally entrenched electricity stakeholders are undergoing massive transitions. How are they working to transform the way our power grids function and collaborate with a market that is increasingly invested in distributed energy resources like onsite solar and storage? And how are utilities seeking to collaborate with technology innovators to accelerate a cleaner energy system for all?

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Red State, Blue State: Cross Party Lessons from Energy Commissioners

October 2, 2017 by  
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Two very different perspectives  an energy commissioner in Georgia (red state) and the head of the energy commission in California (blue state) discuss their lessons learned as their respective states (and local communities) transition to a cleaner energy future.

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Ever heard of a ZEC? Nuclear energy in New York banks on it

October 20, 2016 by  
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Why New York’s zero-emissions credit can power a cleaner energy future beyond the Empire State.

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How 208 Hybrid Car Batteries Changed Yellowstone National Park Forever

October 28, 2015 by  
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I remember sitting with friends a few years ago, chatting excitedly about the influx of hybrid electric cars coming onto the market. I was overjoyed and felt like this was a sign that we were slowly but surely moving toward cleaner energy sources…

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UN: Transition to green economy would create millions of jobs

June 4, 2012 by  
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Report says up to 60 million new jobs could be created by global shift to cleaner energy, technology and industry.

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Why the Smart Grid Will Fuel the Next Big Business Boom

October 12, 2010 by  
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The smart grid has broadly been touted as a critical opportunity for ushering in a cleaner energy economy. Perhaps less understood is the amazing business and investment opportunity smart grid enables for both well-established technology companies and entrepreneurs.

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The Electric Bicycle World Tour and What The World Looks Like from an E-Bike (video)

March 18, 2010 by  
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Guim Valls Teruel is travelling 5 continents on an electric bicycle to promote the use of cleaner energy and the non-reliance on fossil fuel worldwide. Currently in New Zealand, the Electric Bicycle World Tour has already clogged quite a lot of mileage so we decided to see how Guim’s getting on so far. Guim started his tour on the 5th of June 2009 from the Olympic stadium in Beijing and his plan is to arrive in London in 2012

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