U.S. Department of Defense (DOD)
BOEM has drawn three new wind energy areas off the coasts of Delaware, Maryland and Virginia.
Officials from the departments of Energy and Defense expressed their concerns about the growing threats to the grid at a D.C. forum.
A new report from the Department of Energy found multiple areas for improvement on its coordination with utilities that serve U.S. defense facilities.
The U.S. government issued a request for information in its first step toward ensuring all its power consumption will be from carbon-free resources by 2030.
An early-stage proposal for offshore wind in California emerged at a state Energy Commission workshop, which also showcased powerful opposition.
The military has been among the leaders in seeking to make its facilities more resilient and adding renewable power, energy storage and microgrids.
Although President Trump has dismissed climate change as a threat, the Defense Department has been planning for it since at least 1977.
The term "resilience" can mean many different things to different sectors, as discussions at PJM's Grid 20/20 conference demonstrated.
Noblis' Jeffrey Marqusee offers a rebuttal against Steve Huntoon's March column criticizing a Noblis study of microgrids on military bases.
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