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Earth Day 2020

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Today marks 50 years since the celebration of the inaugural Earth Day.  April 22 has become a symbol of the fight against climate change for many individuals, businesses, and organizations all dedicated to the cause. Historically, this day has been filled with optimism, joy, and togetherness – a beautiful example of humanity coming together in […] more...

A Message from GridMarket’s CEO

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As our economy experiences a shift towards increasingly remote/digital work where possible, we are again reminded of the essential role that energy plays in our lives. While identifying ways to stay connected personally and professionally in a physically distant environment, we cannot forget that without energy, this pivot would not be possible. To that end, […] more...

Leveraging Global Data, One Building at a Time

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By William Sposato The vital power grids that supply electricity to power the Internet age are today at risk. With a delivery model little changed from the days of Thomas Edison, they are increasingly vulnerable to natural disasters, high-tech sabotage or just breakdowns due to old age. For some entrepreneurs these risks are actually opportunities […] more...

The Republic of Palau – in partnership with GridMarket and ENGIE Eps – pioneers access to affordable and reliable clean energy with project ARMONIA, the largest microgrid in the world

[Photo: Daniel Lin]   The historic solar and storage microgrid initiative will transform Palau into a resilient, low carbon economy further establishing the island nation as leader in the global energy transition and the fight against climate change NEW YORK, Oct. 16, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Republic of Palau announced the signing of a […] more...

How Lessons Learned Can Inform our Future – Sandy Five Years Later

Yesterday marked the five-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, the “500-year storm” that demonstrated the fragility of New York. Across the state, more than two million people lost power as the economic damage surpassed $40 billion. Entire neighborhoods were without electricity for weeks as emergency systems went offline and hospitals were forced to cart patients down […] more...