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Tesla's acquisition of Solar City can be seen as a merger between two companies that can create good synergies. Both companies are targeting environmentally friendly consumers, which are good prospects to purchase their electric vehicles, solar energy systems and backup storage. When looking at the merger from the surface, it looks like a good match for the two companies to combine their clean energy products and expand their reach to eco-friendly customers while cutting costs and increasing sales. However, when taking a deeper look at this from an economic and solar industry outlook perspective, the proposed merger loses some of its shine….pun intended.


Takeaways from General Electric's (GE's) Minds + Machines Europe 2016 conference held mid-June in Paris, France. The event focused on the state of the Industrial Internet, which can be thought of as the Internet of Things (IoT) for industrial applications like manufacturing, power generation, and aviation.


The new order under New York's Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) program allows utilities to capitalize Software as a Service) SaaS expenditures, opening the door to software investment. Will this only be a New York thing, or does it have the possibility to impact the way utilities do business in the U.S?


Apple has DERs from various energy projects meant to secure reliable and renewable power for individual buildings and campuses. But it wants more. While Apple's FERC tariff application might seem innocuous at first glance, IDC Energy Insight's research shows why utility executives might do a double take on the news; they look at technology companies like Apple as their biggest potential threats. The filing, if approved, will open the door for Apple to build DERs that are meant solely to sell energy on the wholesale energy market.


Tendril this week has announced the release of its MyHome energy management application. The application has been built of off Tendril's True Home simulation model which attempts to create customized and accurate predictions of a dwellings energy consumption.


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