Maeve Allsup
Maeve Allsup

Maeve Allsup

Maeve Allsup is Latitude Media’s founding reporter. She was previously a tech reporter at Morning Brew, where she covered tech policy and regulation, as well as the EV industry. Earlier in her career she spent several years as a legal reporter, covering California’s courts for Bloomberg Industries, where she broke news about Activision Blizzard, Google, Uber, and others.

Before moving to California, Maeve lived in Santiago, Chile for several years where she created content for an international education company and worked as a freelance journalist.

Maeve studied International Relations at American University in Washington, D.C., where she specialized in environmental policy and conflict resolution. She is based in San Francisco.

Maeve Allsup is a contributing writer to Latitude Media.
Interview
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AI

The “clear winner” for powering data centers: Solar, storage — and AI

AES exec Kleber Costa on what the company's hyperscaler customers are asking for

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Jun 21, 2024
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Solar

Can data-sharing solve residential solar's PR problem?

Backed by solar’s largest trade group, startup Recheck is betting that a registry can rein in bad behavior in rooftop solar sales.

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Jun 20, 2024
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AI
Grid edge

In the face of AI, Schneider is “recalibrating” its demand-side investments

CTO Scott Harden on the one question customers keep asking as they balance rising demand with decarbonization targets

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Jun 18, 2024
Analysis
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DATA + CLOUD

Microsoft wants to use LDES for data center backup — but not quite yet

The company’s energy strategy head said the tech has real data center promise, but the risks are still too high for Microsoft to pioneer it.

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Jun 14, 2024

When to expect US-made storage systems to get competitive globally

New data indicates that U.S. storage capacity isn’t growing quite as quickly as expected — but the IRA means that could change quickly.

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Jun 12, 2024
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Research

It’s getting more expensive to firm up renewables

Lazard added firming costs to its annual levelized cost of energy report in 2023. And this year, those costs are ticking up.

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Jun 12, 2024
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Analysis
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Grid edge
Policy

Despite new Colorado law, Xcel says the biggest VPP hurdle is still the tech

For the utility, the jump to a distributed system is rife with technical complication.

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Jun 11, 2024
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Emerging tech
VC

With Xcimer raise, cleantech investors once again bet on nuclear fusion

The start-up raised $100 million to develop a prototype of its laser-based tech.

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Grid edge
Policy

'Bad data means bad predictions': Experts advise Congress on AI load growth

A House Energy and Commerce subcommittee heard testimony on how to better predict regional data center load growth.

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Carbon removal

Is Climeworks closing in on an answer to DAC’s energy problem?

The direct air capture company says it can cut costs and energy needs in half with its latest tech innovations.

Analysis
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Grid edge

Do utilities need edge computing to get ready for the EV influx?

Edge computing has the potential to transform charging. But it requires a major technical overhaul that the utility sector may not be fully ready for.

CelLink's flex harness.
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Gov funding
Solar

Why DOE is funding a wiring company you've never heard of

CelLink initially pitched DOE on wiring for solar panels. Today, federal funding is helping the start-up build an EV component — and manufacture it in the U.S.

Analysis
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Carbon removal
Gov funding

What to know about DOE’s plans to buy carbon removal

The senior advisor for the carbon management office says carbon is a “fairly unique” market — and so procuring it is requiring some improvisation.

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May 30, 2024
Analysis
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Carbon removal
Gov funding

For Heirloom, DOE’s procurement pilot isn’t about the cash

The government’s first round of carbon removal purchases will help force a convergence of commercial standards for the market, says head of policy Vikrum Aiyer.

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May 29, 2024
News
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STORAGE

Can Relectrify sell the storage market on its inverterless battery?

Despite a buzzing battery market, the company needs to overcome skepticism by scaling deployments.

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May 29, 2024