Distributed Energy

Smart Buildings

The Whitehouse Turns Green with New Building Efficiency Policies

June 22nd, 2021
Smart Cities

New Distributed Energy Policies Ensure Utilities Will Be Living On the Edge

October 20th, 2020
Smart Cities

Without Federal Support, COVID-19 Could Cripple US Clean Energy Sector

The indiscriminate economic impacts of COVID-19 are creating long-term implications for people and the planet. Ongoing research on the consequences of this evolving crisis predicts sharp declines for the US clean energy industry, leading to mass job losses and a slowdown in the growth of climate-saving clean energy technologies that could set us back years […]

Smart Cities

Building-to-Grid Interconnectivity has “Far-Reaching Electricity Policy & Regulatory Implications”

The energy landscape is changing. Compelled by climate change and supply reliability drivers, our power systems are trying to find ways to introduce stable, clean, and affordable power to homes, businesses, and institutions. However, the variability of renewable generation and distributed energy resources (DERs) leads to complexity and as these systems expand across progressive electricity […]

Smart Buildings

Value of Smart Building Deals Reached $2Bn in Q3 2019

This article was written by Daphne Tomlinson, Senior Research Associate at Memoori. This article provides a snapshot of some of the notable investments in the smart buildings space in the third quarter of 2019. As part of our ongoing deal tracking service, Memoori recorded 61 funding rounds amounting to around $2 billion in disclosed deal […]

Smart Buildings

Opportunities Beyond the Building – It’s All About Breaking Down the Silos

Buildings have traditionally been designed as somewhat isolated units protecting occupants from the outside world. While buildings still need to protect people from the elements, like the first buildings were designed to do, the modern world demands more complex relationships between buildings and their urban environment. Energy no longer just flows into a building but […]

Smart Cities

Industry is Poised to Install Microgrids Faster Than Any Other Sector

According to the Rocky Mountain Institute corporate survey, nearly two-thirds of Fortune 100 companies and nearly half of Fortune 500 companies have set ambitious green energy targets. Some, like tech giants Google and Apple, have gone green by investing directly in vast renewable energy generation plants for their power-hungry data centers, but for the majority […]

Smart Cities

Experts Make the Cyber Security Case for Distributed Renewable Energy

In case there weren’t enough reasons for us to stop using fossil fuels to generate electricity, experts now claim that in addition to being environmentally unfriendly these energy sources also make us more vulnerable to catastrophic cyber attack in comparison to renewable alternatives. Their theory is simple, fossil fuels are only effective through a centralized […]

Smart Cities

What Does a Blockchain Enabled Energy System Look Like?

Blockchain may be best known for its cryptocurrency applications but it is promising to be a game-changing force in any application that requires certification and exchange. As part of our April Blockchain Series, we explore the hype surrounding the blockchain’s potential for the Internet of Things (IoT), through applications in smart buildings, cities and grids. […]

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