Our Insights & Blog

When we have specific news, thoughts or commentary on events that affect our industry, not only do we robustly debate it amongst ourselves, we blog about it here! We love what we do, and would welcome discussion with you about it if you’d like to contact us.

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Campus energy solutions - as discussed at IDEA

GI Energy was listening hard to attendees of the International District Energy Association (IDEA) Campus Energy 2019 Conference in New Orleans, LA last week. Their conversations reflected many campuses underlying energy concerns, thoughts and aspirations: from what source should energy be generated? What technologies are available to support the transition to ‘clean energy’?

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Conference Learnings: DistribuTECH

GI Energy (GIE) recently exhibited at the 2019 DistribuTECH conference in New Orleans, LA. This conference brought together ~13,000 energy professionals from utilities across the country, as well as developers and manufacturers from across the globe.

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A different sort of energy...

GI Energy is proud to sponsor the Joffrey Ballet via its 9th annual ‘Winning Works’ program, a choreographic competition for ALAANA (African, LatinX, Asian, Arab and Native American) artists.

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Microgrid 2019 Conference in San Diego

The 2019 Microgrid Knowledge conference in San Diego, California brought together developers, utilities, technology firms, and end-users to learn and share the latest in microgrids. This blog discusses what our team thought were the highlights of the conference and GI Energy's involvement on two of it's panels.

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The NY-BEST in the business

The NY-BEST (New York Battery & Energy Storage Technology) Conference brought together the “best” battery manufacturers, developers, suppliers and consultants in New York State (NYS). Featured speakers included leading policy entities such as NYSERDA, NRDC, and NYS Department of Public Service (DPS) – very appropriate given the urgency of the state’s upcoming storage goal of 3,000 MW by 2030.

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