Continuum Magazine is the National Renewable Energy Laboratory's quarterly publication that showcases the laboratory's latest and most impactful clean energy innovations and the researchers and unique facilities that make it all happen.

NREL Leads Energy Systems Integration

Issue 4

Continuum Magazine

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More than a Dream—a Renewable Electricity Future

More than a Dream—a Renewable Electricity Future

With improved grid flexibility, storage, and transmission infrastructure, renewable energy can power the grid.

A Living Laboratory for Energy Systems Integration

A Living Laboratory for Energy Systems Integration

NREL is collecting, storing, analyzing, and displaying its building energy performance data to manage and optimize campus energy use.

Integrated Solutions for a Complex Energy World

Integrated Solutions for a Complex Energy World

Energy systems integration optimizes the design and performance of electrical, thermal, fuel, and data technologies at all scales.

NREL's Energy System Integration Supporting Facilities

NREL's Energy System Integration Supporting Facilities

Five recently constructed facilities prove clean technology performance for tomorrow's energy systems.

Hydrogen: A Promising Fuel and Energy Storage Solution

Hydrogen: A Promising Fuel and Energy Storage Solution

Electrolysis-generated hydrogen may provide an energy source that can help balance natural fluctuations in energy generated by other renewable resources.

High Performance Computing Meets Energy Efficiency

High Performance Computing Meets Energy Efficiency

NREL's most powerful energy research tool is also one of the most energy efficient data centers in the world.

Sustainability through Dynamic Energy Management

Sustainability through Dynamic Energy Management

Integrating behavior change with advanced building systems is the new model in energy efficiency.

Maximizing the Benefits of Plug-in Electric Vehicles

Maximizing the Benefits of Plug-in Electric Vehicles

Advancing electric vehicle charging options and grid readiness reduces oil consumption and vehicle emissions.