Eight automakers and 15 electric utilities work to develop smart grid program General Motors is bringing its OnStar-enabled Smart Grid solutions, to one of the…
A new online resource launched by the Smart Grid Consumer Collaborative shows just how much a smarter grid can impact your bottom line.
A new report ranks states on smart grid policies, investments and customer engagement levels.
Getting to 2 kW energy savings per home in an Oklahoma smart grid program is a big deal in mass automated residential demand response.
East Coast utilities are making big grid investments to prep for a hot and stormy 2013.
To successfully transition to a smarter, more reliable and modernized electric grid — the Energy Department is investing in a wide range of research and deployment (R&D) activities.
Opening up new energy storage possibilities, the eV2g joint venture between the University of Delaware and NRG Energy is selling power from a fleet of EVs to PJM.
AeroVironment is licensing technology from non-profit Battelle to develop a EV charger that monitors the U.S. power grid to minimize additional demand.
The most recent SGCC report found significant support for the smart grid among consumers who have a good working knowledge of what it is, but that’s not as easy as it sounds.
Participants in Austin’s revolutionary Pecan Street Project will now be guinea pigs for LG’s most energy-efficient appliances.
AOL Energy reports on how US utilities could potentially have weathered Hurricane Sandy better than they did if they had invested in smart grid improvements.