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The Effect of COVID-19 Work From Home Policies on Building Energy Profiles

David Energy

This blog is part of a review by David Energy of the impacts of COVID-19 on grid infrastructure and distributed energy and seeks to outline the current impacts of COVID-19 Work From Home (“WFH”) policies on energy usage from commercial buildings.

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David Energy, A New Kind of Energy Company, Announces $1.5 Million in New Funding

David Energy

Developed by industry experts, David Energy’s pioneering energy management software platform aims to create a cheaper, cleaner, more resilient electricity grid while giving control to customers.

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What Building Owners Should Know About the New NYC Sustainability Laws

Ece Ersoz

In April 2019, the City of New York enacted the Climate Mobilization Act, a package of bills that aim to mitigate GHG emissions from NYC buildings, and it has big consequences for building owners and operators.

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An Introduction to Blockchain and Retail Electricity Markets

James McGinniss

The electric grid has emerged as a popular example of a sector screaming for blockchain, so it seems time to discuss what that actually means.

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Creating the Modern Electric Utility: The David Energy Roadmap

James McGinniss

What will our energy companies look like in 20 years? Energy markets are changing rapidly and becoming increasingly complex because of Distributed Energy Resources, but the net result is simple: a single entity should provide wholesale power procurement, onsite energy asset management, and node aggregation.

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Collocation and Franchise Rights: Infrastructure on the Modern Electric Grid

James McGinniss

Franchise rights are a major issue that we should be talking about more. With the newfound ability to collocate supply and demand, it is apparent that electric infrastructure is not a natural monopoly. As such, franchise rights have become a barrier to the proliferation of distributed generation assets and the efficiency with which they can be deployed.

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