Entergy Corp. is positioning itself as a utility company of the future — even if critics lament what that could mean for electricity choices and costs in the South.
Software developed by a Virginia Tech team that can cut energy use by small and medium-sized commercial buildings is gaining traction in the private sector.
As Toshiba develops new technology for the energy future, the company is making a big bet on North Carolina.
A Virginia company says its technology can tap smart meter data to significantly increase the grid’s capacity to host wind and solar power.
With the help of North Carolina software developer, the city of Roanoke, Virginia is finding it a lot easier, faster and less expensive to improve the energy efficiency of its municipal buildings, most of which were built more than half a century ago.