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May 3, 2021

Press Release

New Analysis from Pecan Street Finds Opportunity for Utility Savings with Smart EV Charging

Pecan Street’s new Charging Smart whitepaper concludes that utilities can save up to 41% on serving their residential electric vehicle charging loads by deploying smart charging technologies. Charging Smart analyzes future residential EV charging... Read More

April 22, 2021

Blog Post

Earth Day 2021: Is it just us, or does something feel different?

After more than 50 years of celebrating Earth Day, you’d be forgiven for thinking that it’s taken far too long for the simple concept of valuing our planet to go mainstream. It has taken too long. Climate scientists have been telling us for decades... Read More

April 2, 2021

Blog Post

Pecan Street Inc. Seeks a Chief of Staff

Pecan Street Inc. seeks a motivated individual passionate about the environment and social justice to join our award-winning team as Chief of Staff. The selected candidate will work closely with Pecan Street’s CEO and will provide leadership on a range... Read More

April 1, 2021

Press Release

Pecan Street Announces the Winner of its Vehicle-to-Grid University Challenge

Pecan Street selected a team from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne as the winners of the Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) University Challenge. Pecan Street launched the global competition in October 2020 for university teams to develop V2G control... Read More

March 16, 2021

Blog Post

Behind the Meter Storage and 4CP in Texas

A new case study from Pecan Street summarizes the benefits of behind-the-meter (BTM) assets that can decrease a utility’s net transmission cost through 4 Coincident Peaks (4CP)... Read More

March 9, 2021

Blog Post

Three Keys To Unlocking The Climate Solution Right Under Our Feet

An article by Pecan Street's CEO Suzanne Russo was recently published by Forbes about the role that soil carbon sequestration can play in addressing climate change. This article was published by the Forbes Technology Council, of which Russo is a member.... Read More

March 5, 2021

Blog Post

A Look at Water Equity in Black History Month

Black History Month gives us an opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of African Americans to American society. In each facet of American life, it is also a time for assessment and contrast—to measure the lived experiences of... Read More

March 4, 2021

Blog Post

After 38 years in energy, environment, and social justice, John Hall is optimistic, with a catch.

Guest blog by John Hall, Environmental Defense Fund - We spoke with John recently about his career, the intersection of race and energy, and why he’s optimistic about fighting climate change and local air... Read More

March 3, 2021

Blog Post

What is the intersection of farming and ranching with climate?

Guest blog by Dr. Lakisha Odom, Foundation of Food and Agriculture Research - Now more than ever, it is apparent that agriculture can be instrumental in addressing the needs of climate change and there is a potential positive impact that agriculture can... Read More

February 26, 2021

Blog Post

How Did Texas Solar Perform in a Snowstorm?

By Scott Hinson, chief technology officer, Pecan Street – Last year, we looked at how Austin’s stay-at-home orders affected energy use. This week, we dove into the winter storm data to see how solar panels performed and how they may have eased... Read More

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