Category Archives: Energy Sharing

Austin Energy wants to understand V2G

March 25, 2020 / Jill Feblowitz / Distributed Energy Resources, Electric Vehicles, Energy Sharing, Energy Storage

Austin Energy (AE) recently announced that it will work with the Pecan Street project to test Vehicle to Grid (V2G) technology, adding to an increasing number of V2G pilots globally. In addition to providing insights for grid management, V2G has the potential to provide flexible resources and a way to meet clean energy objectives. Whether or not […]

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Blockchain:  Testing the Waters

July 27, 2017 / Jill Feblowitz / Blockchain, Distributed Energy Resources, Energy Sharing, Energy Trading

No one, except maybe a few tech visionaries, expected the Internet to become such a critical part of our lives. Today, technologists are constantly on the lookout for other game-changers like the Internet. Blockchain may be one of those things — and it could have far-reaching implications for the electricity sector. Blockchain is a distributed […]

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