WHITE PAPER: Customer Response to Demand Response

Building Owners & Controls Providers: Help Us Clean Up The Great Lakes

In the coming months, WattTime, with the Great Lakes Protection Fund, UC Berkeley, and other partners, will be rolling out a pilot program to test the deployment of enhanced demand response programs throughout the Great Lakes Region. As a part of this pilot, we’re seeking a small group of commercial building owners who want to … Continued

How coronavirus exposed the importance of marginal emissions

Roughly nine months into the global coronavirus pandemic, much has been written about the temporary—and potentially lasting—emissions reductions that have come along with stay-at-home orders and a deep economic recession. DNV GL’s recently released Energy Transitions Outlook 2020 forecasts 75 gigatons of avoided CO2 emissions through 2050, mostly thanks to a big slump in energy … Continued

We can solve the climate crisis by tracing pollution back to its sources. A new coalition will make it possible.

New Report from WattTime and First Solar Explores How Two Key Factors Can Determine the Emissions Impact of Solar Projects

Lifecycle and Avoided Emissions of Solar Technologies Download the PDF

Major California utility tests automated emissions signaling, affirms it can reduce device-level emissions from associated electricity use

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National Drive Electric Week is here—as EVs grow in popularity, let’s make them even cleaner via smarter charging