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GeekWire reported on Clean Energy Testbeds discussion of the transactive campus energy project—a regional partnership between PNNL, the University of Washington and Washington State University—to demonstrate technologies and measure to how buildings and campuses can create flexibility for the electric grid. 08.19.17

GCN quoted PNNL’s Deb Gracio in a story reporting that the National Institute of Standards and Technology updated its Framework and Roadmap for Smart Grid Interoperability Standards. 08.18.17

iConnect07 noted PNNL collaborated with Argonne National Laboratory to develop a non-aqueous flow battery for grid energy storage. 08.15.17

Eniday reported on a PNNL study that found inefficient management of commercial buildings is wasting a huge amount of energy. 08.11.17

Utility Dive referenced a PNNL study that says the electric grid is capable of supporting more than 150 million electric vehicles. 08.09.17

The Idaho Statesman reported that PNNL is developing grid energy storage in a story about the future of the Snake River dams and other Northwest electricity infrastructure. The Tri-City Herald and the Bellingham Herald reposted the story. 08.04.17

Automated Buildings published an essay about PNNL’s energy management platform VOLTTRON. 08.01.17

MIT Technology Review quoted PNNL’s Michael Kintner-Meyer and cited a 2007 PNNL study that found the U.S. grid could reliably charge 84 percent of the nation’s cars, pickups and SUVs in a story about the potential for electric vehicles to become mainstream. 07.28.17

Smart Grid Today quoted PNNL’s Jeff Dagle, who served on a National Academy of Science committee charged with recommending strategies and priories for a more resilient power grid. The same story was published by Daily Energy Insider. 07.21.17

Pacific Business News reported PNNL licensee UniEnergy Technologies will be installing one of its vanadium redox flow batteries, which are based on a PNNL electrolyte, near the Kona, Hawaii airport. 06.23.17

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