WHITE PAPER: Customer Response to Demand Response

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

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

We’ll soon know the exact air pollution from every power plant in the world. That’s huge.

Satellite data plus artificial intelligence equals no place to hide. WattTime, backed by a grant from Google.org, is leading a first-of-its-kind project.

Amidst Climate Change Concerns, We Can’t Afford to Forget About Mercury Emissions: Just Ask the Great Lakes

WattTime Partners with Great Lakes Protection Fund to Drive Mercury Emissions Reduction

California and Beyond — A Timely Fix to Decarbonize the Fast-Growing Energy Storage Market

What If Gadgets Talked to the Grid to Cut Carbon? With This New Technology, They Can.

WattTime’s Katie Ryan on Texas Energy Lab

Demand-side Flexibility: Helping Solve Solar’s Curtailment Conundrum

Flexibility is a master key that unlocks solar’s potential for grid emissions reductions