Energy Policy, Technology, and Trends

PaulosAnalysis provides consulting on energy policy, advocacy, communications, and research.

Ben Paulos is an analyst, strategist, writer, and advocate for clean energy. PaulosAnalysis clients have included government agencies, non-profits, foundations, research and consulting firms, trade associations, and media.

Selected clients include the Electricity Markets & Policy Group at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, East Bay Community Energy, the Clean Energy States Alliance, and the Illinois Power Agency.

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Colleagues @BerkeleyLabEMP + @EPRINews and I gave a webinar on the hybridization of batteries and generators in wholesale markets. We recorded the presentation and you can find it at the link below!

#hybrids #solar #wind #batteries

Will Gorman@whgorman

Join us for a webinar tomorrow, details in the linked thread!

Myth of the month: Gas generators are needed for reliability – via @PoweredbyEBCE - couldn't agree more, we don't need gas generators and they are not resilient energy sources!

Bing! I get another 25¢ in royalties for my phrase "postcard from the future", thanks to @MLiebreich, in his COVID essay at

Hey NGO leaders, the quarantine is an opportunity to increase your staff skills, by having them learn digital storytelling! @storycenter is offering free and paid training sessions to learn the technique and art of effective online communication.

CCAs have worked with local public health and emergency safety agencies to identify "over 300 critical facilities and develop resilience systems," EBCE's Brandt said. @ebce_policy

Utility proposals to build gas and diesel microgrids would have invested in new fossil long-term instead of partnering w/ communities to develop cleaner, better long-term solutions. Our Melissa Brandt is quoted in @UtilityDive. Follow her at @ebce_policy.

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