Energy Acuity Expands Electric Power Intelligence to Include Policy Information

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Energy Acuity has added policy information to their online renewable energy and grid infrastructure databases, broadening their scope of electric power intelligence and adding value for subscribers looking to follow public utility commission proceedings focused on clean energy and grid modernization.

Policy Data Surrounding the Electric Generation Industry

Track Policies Directly Impacting the Electric Generation Industry

“Energy Acuity’s Policy data relieves the pain of combing through PUC websites and makes it easy to identify and follow new proceedings.” - Kate Strobel, Smart Grid Research Manager

Energy Acuity LLC, the leading provider of energy industry intelligence, is proud to introduce Policy as the latest addition to their Renewable Energy and Grid Infrastructure databases. With the roll-out, Energy Acuity is now actively identifying, summarizing, and analyzing proceedings at state public utility commissions (PUCs).

The EA|Renewables and EA|Grid databases are research and business development tools dedicated to providing accurate and up-to-date market intelligence on the solar, wind, and electric utility markets. The policy data compliments Energy Acuity’s already expansive utility and state profile coverage, allowing users to contextualize proceedings in a landscape of historical and forward looking projects, financials, RFPs, news, primary research and more.

Additionally, the policy information focuses on dockets that are specific to utility resource planning, rate making, distributed energy resources, demand management, and smart grid—providing a targeted data set for companies involved in renewable energy and grid modernization.

“Energy Acuity’s Policy data relieves the pain of combing through PUC websites and makes it easy to identify and follow new proceedings,” said Kate Strobel, Smart Grid Research Manager at Energy Acuity. “We are actively tracking policy in the areas that are most affecting the electric utility model, including DERs, demand management, and energy storage.”

“Adding policy information to our product suite moves us one step closer to our goal of providing the single source of the highest quality data on energy projects and opportunities,” said Brian Graff, CEO of Energy Acuity. “Understanding the policy landscape set by the PUC will help our clients identify and evaluate opportunities. With the highly integrated nature of all of our data, clients are quickly able to understand what is going on at the utility level and how that impacts them.”

About Energy Acuity: Energy Acuity provides intelligence on the energy industry and markets through three online databases that focus on Renewable Energy, Grid Infrastructure, and Traditional Energy. The product suite covers over 11,800 companies, 2,900 utilities, 59,280 projects, 82,000 industry professionals, and over 598,000 properties. Energy Acuity's data provides clients with the analytics and insight needed to effectively segment and research the energy market.

Interested in learning more about the Energy Acuity's Policy Information? Please visit or call 720-235-1296 to set up a live demonstration of the tool.

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