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  • You know you’ve done something right when your new campus microgrid islands so seamlessly that you don’t even know it happened. That’s what occurred in February, in response to a communications glitch, at Montclair State University (MSU), the second largest university in New Continue reading...
  • Superstorm Sandy was one of those events which changed most everyone’s thinking on infrastructure reliability, especially in the NYC metropolitan area. But Sandy is only one element in the “perfect storm” which led Montclair (NJ) State Univ (MSU) to add a microgrid to its Continue reading...
  • Atlantic City will host a public energy fair Oct. 16, focused on ways people can improve their energy efficiency, as well as the city’s efforts to do the same. The Energy Fair for Absecon Island will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Atlantic Cape Community College, 1535 Continue reading...
  • A company called Energenic today announced plans to build a $20 million power plant that will burn landfill gas extracted from wells at Republic Services' Apex Regional Landfill north of Las Vegas. The plant, to open in late 2011, will sell 11 megawatts of electricity to NV Continue reading...
  • ALBANY, GA (WALB) - The plant will significantly increase P&G's use of renewable energy, helping move the company closer to its 2020 goal of obtaining 30 percent of its total energy from renewable sources. Constellation will build, own and operate the $200 million co- Continue reading...