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Energy Storage Conference Offers Lessons Learned and Path Forward

The “Storage Week 2015″ summit held in San Diego, CA this week brought together policymakers, regulators, electric utility executives, system vendors, consultants, and other stakeholders to discuss the remarkable progress made in the last few years to deploy and integrate energy storage technologies.  The 8th annual event provided insights and practical advice regarding applications ranging …

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The President’s FY2016 Federal Budget Request: Programs Relevant to Tribal Energy Development

The White House transmitted its Fiscal Year 2016 Budget Request to Congress on February 2, 2015.  Overall, the budget includes over $7.4 billion in funding for clean energy technology programs across the federal agencies.  Most relevant to Indian tribes, tribal utilities, and tribal business are funding requests to continue existing energy and related environmental programs, …

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