Maeve Allsup

Maeve Allsup is Latitude Media’s founding reporter. She was previously a tech reporter at Morning Brew, and covered Silicon Valley’s legal scene for Bloomberg Industries. She is based in San Francisco.

Maeve Allsup is a contributing writer to Latitude Media.

In the age of AMI 2.0, do we still need smart panels?

Lumin is leaning on partnerships as competition from smart meters mounts.

Kraken’s VPP platform is crossing the pond

In a first-in-the-U.S. pilot, the company is putting more control into the hands of consumers.

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Feb 29, 2024

Survey: Utilities are generative AI-curious, but first movers remain sparse

The hype cycle started by the release of ChatGPT lives on, but deployments are few and far between.

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Feb 27, 2024
People working on transmission lines

Transmission has a labor problem

For utility darling TS Conductor, finding the workers it needs means looking beyond the energy sector — and in Southern California, that means aerospace.

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Feb 27, 2024
Refineries in Paris

Why 45V may knock one green hydrogen project off the map

Developer Ambient Fuels is prepared to shelve a project targeting refineries that doesn’t pencil out under Treasury guidance.

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Feb 26, 2024
A thermal battery storage facility

Antora raises $150 million to boost manufacturing

The thermal battery maker is on the verge of a handful of commercial-scale deployments using its heat-as-a-service model.

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Feb 22, 2024
Man installing rooftop solar panels

Report: NEM 3.0 is boosting storage, dragging down panel price in California

In the wake of the state’s new net metering rule, the residential solar market appears to be taking a new approach.

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Feb 22, 2024
A hydrogen plant against a green background

Is 45V guidance killing green hydrogen?

The industry is split over whether hourly matching and additionality requirements will prevent deals from penciling out.

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Feb 21, 2024
Workers fix a transmission line.

New GET analysis is a “wake-up call” on interconnection woes

A report from the Rocky Mountain Institute finds tech like dynamic line ratings could save the world’s largest wholesale electricity market more than $1 billion in annual production costs.

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Feb 16, 2024
Workers on a solar project

What Recurrent’s latest raise tells us about the state of clean energy

Declining interest rates, increasing capex costs, and the rising reign of solar-plus-storage are all converging.

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Feb 15, 2024
A data center

Salesforce's take on how to make AI more energy efficient

The software company has its eye on open source models and modular algorithms.

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Feb 14, 2024
News
AI

Google is getting in on mapping methane via satellite

The tech giant is partnering with the Environmental Defense Fund on MethaneSAT — and the satellite’s long-awaited launch is imminent.

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Feb 14, 2024
Transmission lines
News
VC
AI

Camus Energy expands Series A to help utilities chart load growth

AI for grid planning just got another another lift from venture capital.

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Feb 13, 2024
Transmission lines
Analysis
Grid edge

What Swell’s latest acquisition means for the Southeast’s grid

The VPP developer is set to take on the region with thousands of solar and storage customers already in hand.

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Feb 13, 2024
A biomass carbon removal facility.

DOE offers up $100 million for carbon removal pilots

The agency is now soliciting proposals for emerging tech pilots.

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Feb 12, 2024