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Here's What Utilities Really Think About Microgrids

July 25, 2014 by Stephen Lacey
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Microgrids and Utility Opinions

There is just over a gigawatt worth of microgrids scattered throughout the country. While many of those projects have proved their value during major storms or extended outages, they are largely custom-engineered and limited to public facilities like schools, hospitals and military bases.[read more]

Exelon Will Acquire Pepco and Form Largest Utility in the US

May 2, 2014 by Katherine Tweed

Exelon and Pepco

Exelon Corporation announced on Wednesday that it will acquire Pepco Holdings in a $6.8 billion all-cash transaction to create a mega-utility serving the Mid-Atlantic and Midwest. The new company will be the largest utility in the U.S. in terms of customers served.[read more]

Residential Customers: A Critical Segment for Utility Survival Plans

March 25, 2014 by Christine Hertzog

Residential electricity consumers are a large but underserved group that could significantly impact the success and directions for the utilities of the future. They represent the biggest number of meters in the USA, according to the latest data from the Department of Energy.[read more]