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SEPA - DERMS Requirements (document for comment)

The Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA) today released a draft comprehensive requirements document for Distributed Energy Resources Management Systems (DERMS) and now welcomes review and comments from industry participants. To create the DERMS requirements document, SEPA began working with a utilities-only working group in January 2016. Co-led by representatives from Southern California Edison, Duke Energy and ComEd, the working group convened as a means of ensuring utilities reduced their risks of procuring a system that falls short of their operational requirements. Additionally, these requirements will inform and guide industry solution providers in their own product development efforts.

https://sepapower.org/knowledge/sepa-releases-standardized-derms-requirements-document-comment/

https://sepapower.org/grid-management-working-group-derms-requirements-paper-success/

http://go.sepapower.org/l/124671/2017-11-03/227ywv/124671/43917/GridMgmt_DERMs_requirements_v1.0.docx

25 Ideas brillantes para eficiencia energética en América Latina y el Caribe

Esta publicación, dirigida a la población en general de América Latina y el Caribe, tiene el objetivo, a través de 25 recomendaciones prácticas, de ayudarle a ahorrar energía en sus actividades del día a día, sin sacrificar su nivel de confort, ya sea en casa, en su trabajo o en su movilización diaria. La publicación se hace en el contexto de la colaboración del BID y de la AIE a la iniciativa mundial de las Naciones Unidas titulada “Energía Sostenible para Todos” que tiene como uno de sus objetivos duplicar el ritmo de mejora en eficiencia energética a nivel mundial.

https://publications.iadb.org/bitstream/handle/11319/7952/25-Ideas-brillantes-para-eficiencia-energetica-en-America-Latina-y-el-Caribe.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y

World Energy Trilemma Index 2017

The 2017 Energy Trilemma Index reveals signs of progress on all dimensions of the Energy Trilemma. Eight of the 125 countries assessed achieved a triple-A score, down from 13 in last year’s index. Efforts to increase resource productivity and manage energy demand growth will be key in ensuring a balanced Energy Trilemma.

https://www.worldenergy.org/publications/2017/world-energy-trilemma-index-2017-monitoring-the-sustainability-of-national-energy-systems/

https://www.worldenergy.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Energy_Trilemma_Index_2017_Full_report_WEB2.pdf

World Energy Outlook 2017

Four large-scale shifts in the global energy system set the scene for the World Energy Outlook 2017: the rapid deployment and falling costs of clean energy technologies, the growing electrification of energy, the shift to a more services-oriented economy and a cleaner energy mix in China, and the resilience of shale gas and tight oil in the United States. These shifts come at a time when traditional distinctions between energy producers and consumers are being blurred and a new group of major developing countries, led by India, moves towards centre stage.

http://www.iea.org/publications/freepublications/publication/world-energy-outlook-2017---executive-summary---spanish-version.html

http://www.iea.org/publications/freepublications/publication/WEO_2017_ExecutiveSummary_Spanish_version.pdf

Accelerating Investment in Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure

This analysis evaluates the total need for electric vehicle charging infrastructure—including private chargers at vehicle owners’ homes and publicly accessible chargers—to accommodate plug-in electric vehicles (PEV) in the twelve largest utility service territories in the states of California, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. These twelve utilities serve 60 percent of the residential customers in these seven states—41.8 million customers, with nearly 80 million vehicles.

https://www.ceres.org/resources/reports/accelerating-investment-electric-vehicle-charging-infrastructure

https://www.ceres.org/sites/default/files/reports/2017-11/Ceres_PEVinfraAnalysis_111017.pdf

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