A Closer Look at Geothermal Systems

As geothermal capacity expands in the United States to meet increasing demand for renewables, we examine the impact of these installations through the example of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden in New York. While much of the nation’s geothermal capacity is located on the west coast, this infographic highlights the exciting possibilities of geothermal in a […]

Utilities Drive Emerging Technology and Grid Innovations

Last month we began our blog series with the question: “What will the future of the energy landscape look like?” We explored creative solutions coming from the world of technology and third-party entrants to the energy/utility sector. This month we will examine the innovations of several utilities that are test-driving new equipment and strategies. Emerging […]

Solar Goes Mainstream

Bob Selvaggio has owned a cozy home on Long Island for many years with his wife. His son, Joe, brought them a bold idea three years ago, which has altered their energy perspective forever. Let’s Get Solar On Your Roof, Mom and Dad That’s how it started. The Selvaggios hadn’t thought of themselves as early […]