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Stem Employee Insights Series: Cody Guidry, Director of Business Development
This post was written by Magiclamp Admin on May 24, 2021

Q: Tell us about yourself and your background. I started working at an energy storage startup called Xtreme Power (“XP”) back in 2010, which was basically the very beginning of large-scale stationary battery storage as we know it today. XP installed some of the world’s largest batteries in places like Hawaii and Texas, and was […]

Stem Employee Insights Series: Julie Steury, VP Program Operations
This post was written by Magiclamp Admin on April 5, 2021

Q: Tell us about yourself and your background. I got started in the utility industry after getting a scholarship in high school, which then led into three college summers. I worked at Washington Water Power, in the power supply department, calling utilities throughout the Pacific Northwest and then manually (manually!) calculating water flows so we […]

Stem Employee Insights Series: Mary Shaffer Gill, Director, Customer and Partner Operations
This post was written by Magiclamp Admin on March 1, 2021

Q: Tell us about yourself and your background. I joined Stem in summer 2020 after spending two years at AMS, where I helped manage its large portfolio of battery energy storage projects across Southern California. That job involved working closely with both the businesses who hosted storage systems as well as the asset owners who […]

Q&A with Mynt Systems: What it means to be a Stem Premier Partner
This post was written by Magiclamp Admin on February 1, 2021

Earlier this month, Stem announced that Stem and our solar developer partners were awarded 68 MWh in new smart energy storage projects from the California Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) Non-Residential Equity lottery. Included among this group is Stem’s Premier Partner Mynt Systems, a leading provider of energy assessments and construction management services. Together, Stem and […]

Announcing Stem’s Clean Resilience Roadmap, a Policy Framework to Help Utility Commissions Build Resilient Grids
This post was written by Magiclamp Admin on January 27, 2021

One of the key legacies from 2020 is the starkness with which it revealed how climate change impacts our electricity system, our lives, and our economy. Wildfires devastated the Western U.S. and broke records in California, while on the East Coast, millions sat in darkness in the wake of Hurricane Isaias. The reinsurer Munich Re […]

Stem Employee Insights Series: Dana Christensen, Senior Product Manager
This post was written by Magiclamp Admin on January 18, 2021

Q: Tell us about yourself and your background. I joined Stem right out of college. I had always been interested in clean technology and renewable energy, so the opportunity to work on it professionally was really exciting. I graduated from Northwestern University with an engineering degree, and originally I joined Stem as a Sales Analyst. […]

Stem, Inc. Awarded Project to Deliver Smart Energy Storage to Massachusetts Water Resource Authority
This post was written by Magiclamp Admin on January 13, 2021

Stem, Inc. Awarded Project to Deliver Smart Energy Storage to Massachusetts Water Resource Authority Advances State’s Goal of Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions; Adds to Stem’s Growing Water Project Portfolio MILLBRAE, Calif. – January 13, 2021 – Stem, Inc. (“Stem” or “the Company”), a global leader in artificial intelligence (AI)-driven energy storage systems, today announced the […]

Yahoo Finance: A Wise Bet on Smart Batteries and SaaS Driving the Renewable Revolution
This post was written by Magiclamp Admin on January 7, 2021

S&P Global: Fresh cash, new policies propel virtual power plants into reality
This post was written by Magiclamp Admin on January 5, 2021

Stem, Inc. and Partners Awarded 68 MWh in New Smart Energy Storage Projects for Disadvantaged and Low-Income California Communities
This post was written by Magiclamp Admin on January 5, 2021

Stem Supports Solar Partners to Deliver More Than $35 Million of New Energy Storage Projects as Part of California’s SGIP Non-Residential Equity Budget MILLBRAE, Calif. – January 5, 2020 – Stem, Inc. (“Stem”), a global leader in artificial intelligence (AI)-driven energy storage systems, today announced that Stem and its sales channel partners were awarded 68 […]

Inbound Logistics: Energy Management: The Next Step in Supply Chain Optimization
This post was written by Magiclamp Admin on December 21, 2020

DM Radio: Narrow AI and the Incremental Optimization of Business
This post was written by Magiclamp Admin on December 13, 2020

Cheddar News: What Biden Means for New Clean Energy Stock ‘Stem’
This post was written by Magiclamp Admin on December 7, 2020

Stem, Inc. – Market Leader in AI-Driven Clean Energy Storage Systems – to Combine with Star Peak, Creating First Public Pure Play Smart Energy Storage Company
This post was written by Magiclamp Admin on December 4, 2020

Stem in the news: Solar and storage reduce GHGs differently — here’s how policy can address that
This post was written by Magiclamp Admin on December 3, 2020

Ernst & Young: Why artificial intelligence is a game-changer for renewable energy
This post was written by Magiclamp Admin on November 24, 2020

Industry Week: Four Tenets for a Future-Forward Energy Strategy
This post was written by Magiclamp Admin on November 24, 2020

Solar Builder: Solar is Hardware, Storage is Software
This post was written by Magiclamp Admin on November 20, 2020

SmartGridToday: Podcast with Ted Ko
This post was written by Magiclamp Admin on November 12, 2020

6 ‘Election-proof’ Energy Trends You Can Bank On in 2021 and Beyond
This post was written by Magiclamp Admin on November 3, 2020

A CEO perspective on what this year’s U.S. policy, industry, and election developments mean for the clean energy economy and what to expect next. This year has brought more than its share of challenges, but it’s also brought encouraging progress toward a smarter, cleaner, more resilient energy system. With divergent views on today’s ballot, many […]