OTHER REGIONAL SMART GRID NEWS
Read highlights of the WECC Western Reliability Summit in the RTO Insider.
Federal energy regulators granted approval and a license to the Swan Lake North 400 MW closed-loop energy storage project near Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Tendril acquired Seattle-based EnergySavvy, its second acquisition since December to compete with Oracle’s Opower and Bidgely in the utility customer service field.
PNNL’s Jeffrey Taft and Ronald Melton publish third part in Next-Gen Grid Architecture series on Electric Light&Power; this part drills into industry structure and an architecture process to plan for change.
Canadian VC firm Pangaea Ventures has closed its fourth advanced-materials fund, raising about $95 million (US$70 million) in commitments, which targets in clean tech, energy and other sectors.
NEC has completed a 500 kW/1000 kWh battery energy storage system installed at the Howard Elementary School in Eugene, part of EWEB’s program to improve resiliency and emergency services.