Improving Island Resiliency: Incorporating Microgrids as part of the RICANstruction Process.
America / Communications / Energy / Environment / Politics

Improving Island Resiliency: Incorporating Microgrids as part of the RICANstruction Process.

This might very well be the busiest year of the Atlantic hurricane season, and with two months left the Americas shudder at the thought of what next, who’s next, and when. Three major hurricanes—Harvey, Irma, and most recently Maria—all made landfall roughly one week apart, and caused widespread devastation across several U.S. cities and total … Continue reading

Rooftop Solar Needs Sustainable Policies
Energy / Technology

Rooftop Solar Needs Sustainable Policies

The solar industry boasted huge job growth last year, mostly due to the increase in solar installations on homes and businesses. Rooftop solar is growing across the U.S., and so are confrontations between traditional utility providers and the solar industry. The controversy centers on net metering (the technical term that describes how large utility companies … Continue reading

Wind Energy Possibilities for the East Coast
America / Energy / U.S. Domestic Policy

Wind Energy Possibilities for the East Coast

The quest for renewable energy is a very lively aspect to politics and science debate today. This nation is fueled mainly by coal, oil, and gas—converting to sustainable energy options is a policy challenge to say the least. However, the individuals with Atlantic Wind Connection are determined to meet the sustainable energy goals of our … Continue reading