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Joe Bernardi, NatGas Research Analyst, Ryan Clements, Power Analyst, Rick Margolin, Sr. Gas Analyst
March 29, 2017
A majority of the signals for California gas this summer are bearish, largely due to the growth of renewables, although there are a few bullish offsetting factors such as SoCal’s continued storage issues and growth in upstream demand. An abundance of cheap hydropower will only continue to flood the...
california utility solar
February 24, 2016
On Wednesday, February 16, 2016, utility solar generation in California hit a new record of 6,486 MW, according to California ISO. Utility generation surpassed that again on Monday, February 22, 2016, when output reached 6,551 MW in the state. Part of this record-breaking trend is being...
crude export ban and impact on renewables
Locus Energy, Genscape Oil, Genscape Power & Genscape Biofuels
December 18, 2015
Now in the hands of President Obama for final sign off, the budget deal that could end the 1975 oil export ban, could also extend investment and Production Tax Credits (ITC and PTC) that support wind and solar energy. The tax measure (a provision sought by Democrats in exchange for lifting the oil export...
Residential Solar
October 15, 2015
The residential solar market is booming, with over 400 megawatts (MW) added in Q1 2015 alone. One of the major leaders in the space is Connecticut, which is considered one of the top ten states for solar power.  While many people associate residential solar with sunny climates, market conditions such...
Luke Emery-Fertitta
August 04, 2015
At Locus Energy, there are a few different types of databases, each containing large quantities of data that are moved around frequently for caching or ease of access. This process comes with the unique challenge of determining an efficient and reliable method for inter-database data transfer. Some...
Charles McBrearty, Software Engineer
June 02, 2015
One of the best parts about working on the analytics team at Locus Energy is its access to one of the world's largest repositories of photovoltaic power generation and solar irradiance data sets. This gives the analytics team an opportunity to apply machine learning algorithms to a data set...
Alex Thornton, Director of Engineering
May 14, 2015
Confronted with a choice of frontend technologies, the team at Locus Energy recently did a bake off between Angular and Ember to decide the fate of the frontend. The team weighed many aspects of each framework, eventually settling on Ember. Here's why. Mascot Most important things...