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Electric Utility Decoupling in North Carolina: Removing Disincentives for Energy Efficiency
North Carolina’s demand for electricity will grow at approximately 1.1% annually through 2035. That could mean an additional yearly demand of 39 million megawatt hours (MWh) by 2035, enough to power 2.9 million North Carolina ...
Comparison of Vehicle-to-Grid versus Other Grid Support Technologies
With the accelerating adoption of electric vehicles, using the batteries in the existing vehicle fleet to discharge to the power grid when needed (vehicle-to-grid, V2G) provides a potential alternative for supplying grid ...