The Texas Tribune reports on increasing demands from some for an opt-out program for people who do not want smart electric meters installed at their homes.
San Diego Gas & Electric has taken top honors from Power magazine for its advanced smart grid plan, which has seen the installation of 1.4 million smart meters.
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In California, government scientists and a Palo Alto startup called AutoGrid Systems are coding a path toward improved energy delivery in real time.
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IBM, Honda and PG&E partnern on a pilot program to facilitate communication between EVs and more effectively manage charging during peak hours.
Californians with two more major utilities as their power providers now have the option to opt out of smart meters if they so choose as the CPUC rules analog meters must be allowed as a choice.