Tendencias y Estudios / Energía que transforma

The Future of Bring Your Own Thermostat® white paper

In this paper, originally authored as part of the Peak Load Management Association's "Practitioner Perspectives" series, EnergyHub experts explain the rapid growth of BYOT demand response programs over the last several years and give you a glimpse at how BYOT will evolve in the next decade.

Nanogrids: A New Opportunity for the Solar Industry

Solar energy has the ability to provide immense benefit to society and the grid, reducing the use of fossil fuels that drive climate change. But solar’s full potential isn’t being fully realized and, in some cases, is even thwarted. What’s the problem?

 Energy Efficient Real Estate Listings: A Controlled Experiment

Can a real estate website that lists energy efficiency information increase traffic to energy efficient homes? This report describes a controlled study in which simulated real estate search results are used to disguise a discrete choice experiment. Using a large national sample of American home buyers (N = 1,538), we show that efficiency information can influence both simulated home purchase decision-making and willingness to pay for efficiency.

PIMs for Progress Using Performance Incentive Mechanisms to Accelerate Progress on Energy Policy Goals

Performance incentive mechanisms (PIMs) are receiving increased attention for their ability to better align utility incentives with new social and environmental policy goals. By transitioning to business models where an increasing share of revenues relies on efforts to build a clean, reliable, and affordable energy economy, utilities have the opportunity to better meet evolving customer, policy, and technological demands.

 Employing Digital Tools To Excel During Times Of Crisis

Now more than ever, a digital, data-driven approach is critical for enabling your employees to work safely, efficiently and (oftentimes) remotely.

Rapid cost decrease of renewables and storage accelerates the decarbonization of China’s power system

The costs for solar photovoltaics, wind, and battery storage have dropped markedly since 2010, however, many recent studies and reports around the world have not adequately captured such dramatic decrease. Those costs are projected to decline further in the near future, bringing new prospects for the widespread penetration of renewables and extensive power-sector decarbonization that previous policy discussions did not fully consider.

Reimagining Grid Resilience A Framework For Addressing Catastrophic Threats to the US Electricity Grid in an Era of Transformational Change

Since its origins at the beginning of the last century, the electricity system has been a critical driver of US economic growth. Reliable and resilient delivery of electricity to homes and businesses is a foundation of national prosperity, and grid outages have grave consequences.

Global Offshore Wind Report

This is the second edition of GWEC’s Global Offshore Wind Report, which provides a comprehensive overview of the offshore wind sector globally with the latest data and analysis on market growth, industry forecasts to 2030 and data-based insights on emerging markets.

Hybrid Power Plants: Status of Installed and Proposed Projects

As battery prices fall and wind and solar generation rises, power plant developers are increasingly combining wind and solar projects with on-site batteries, creating “hybrid” power plants. But hybrid or co-located plants have been part of the U.S. electricity mix for decades, with widely ranging configurations that extend beyond pairing a generator with a battery. This new summary tracks and maps existing hybrid and co-located plants across the United States while also synthesizing data from generation interconnection queues to illustrate developer interest in the next wave of plants.

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