The EDF Group has been leading the deployment of Electric Vehicle infrastructure globally for over two decades and currently operates a network of over 50,000 charging points. In the United States, EDF Renewables Distributed Solutions is leveraging the Group experience to offer EV charging facilities that complement our solar, storage, and energy storage management product offerings. By combining EV infrastructure with solar and storage, we are able to offer the lowest cost of charging – for both capital and operating expenses. We accomplish this by leveraging the efficiencies of accomplishing these projects together with a lean mindset.
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Vilma Trujillo, Associate Director of Energy of EDF Renewables, representing the Mexican Association of Wind Energy, (AMDE) will serve as one of the members representing the generators within the Consultative Committee of the Electric Grid Code.
In accordance with the law, the designation of the committee positions was made after an analysis of the required documentation including candidates technical experience, professional track record, involvement with the activities regulated by the Electric Grid Code; technical knowledge of the matters regulated by the Electric Grid Code and contributions to the electricity sector.
The selected Members will be part of the Reliability Advisory Committee for a period of three years that can be extended once, and they must designate their corresponding substitutes. The Chairman of the committee may propose the relevant participation mechanisms to ensure the representation of the sectors where the necessary number of representatives was not reached. The Chairman also designates the Technical Secretary of the committtee.
Read the appointment letter here (in Spanish).
La CRE nombra a Vilma Trujillo para integrar el Comité Consultivo del Código de Red
Vilma Trujillo, Directora Asociada de Energia de EDF Renewables, en representación de la Asociación Mexicana de Energía Eólica, (AMDE) fungirá como uno de los vocales que representan a los generadores dentro del Comité Consultivo del Código de Red.
La designación de los cargos se realizó luego de la convocatoria -acorde con los estatutos jurídicos-, el análisis de la documentación requerida y el análisis sobre su experiencia técnica, trayectoria profesional; vinculación con las actividades reguladas por el Código Red; conocimiento técnico de las materias reguladas por el Código Red y aportaciones al sector eléctrico.
Los Vocales seleccionados integrarán en el Comité Consultivo de Confiabilidad por un periodo de tres años prorrogables por una sola ocasión, y deberán designar a sus correspondientes suplentes. El Presidente del comité podrá proponer los mecanismos pertinentes de participación para asegurar la representación de los sectores donde no se alcanzó el número necesario de representantes. El Presidente también deberá designar al Secretario Técnico.
Lea la carta aquí.
The AWEA U.S. Wind Industry Annual Market Report, Year Ending 2017 is now available. This comprehensive 160+ page report contains more than 100 charts and graphics covering the latest and most relevant industry trends, market rankings, and sector activity.
Maintaining a commitment to providing the industry with the most valuable industry information, this year’s report contains a suite of new content:
Read your copy here.
Studies have proven that the most effective training programs are systematic, progressive, tailored to the respective audience, and use varying techniques. Cybersecurity awareness training is no different. We use several implementation methods here at EDF Renewables, they include, emailed awareness messages, newsletters, posters, and self-paced training courses. All play a critical role in ensuring this important message reaches those that need it.
All EDF Renewables employees will be receiving automated emails from our learning management provider Inspired eLearning detailing cybersecurity training enrollment for the 2nd Quarter of 2018. This will be the second in a series of four self-paced training iterations for this calendar year. The point of these voluntary courses is to help employees identify and recognize the threats inherent to cyberspace and to provide solutions to help them develop cybersecurity knowledge and improve any computing behaviors that may leave them vulnerable to compromise.
The time commitment ranges from 10 to 30 minutes, however the lessons can be bookmarked to allow the training to be done in brief snippets over several days or weeks if necessary.
Are you tired of having ALL your meetings denied because ONE meeting date in the series isn’t free? Tired of having to try new dates and times over and over?
IT has created a solution for just that problem! Now you can book a recurring meeting in an Innovation conference room in the Outlook address book and experience the following:
No matter what, you will get an email stating which meeting dates for that room were accepted, and which dates were rejected.
If you have any questions, please contact the Service Desk. We are working to improve your experience every day!
Your carbon footprint is greater than just the fossil fuels burned in traveling and construction—it encompasses your digital activities too. As if spam emails weren’t bad enough, Fuel Fighter points out how an action as seemingly innocuous as a Google search could add to your carbon footprint. Data centers, which are the engines of the Internet, require massive amounts of energy to run and, according to Gartner, are said to account for almost a quarter of global carbon dioxide emissions. Fuel Fighter created an infographic to break down the carbon footprint of the digital age, from emails to streaming Netflix, as well as interesting stats on the energy it takes to power the Internet and what some companies are doing to offset their global footprint.
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