China plans to invest more than $400 billion in the smart grid in the next five years, making it a world leader, an analyst says.
In California, massive Santa Rita Jail his outfitted with a new microgrid that will ensure it never goes dark, thanks to solar, wind and fuel cell power.
A coalition of state agencies, corporations, utility providers and greens are outlining a path to geting more EVs on the roads without disrupting power grids.
Illinois strikes a deal to build a 500-mile, high-voltage direct current transmission line to bring wind energy to the state with minimal power loss.
GreenTech Advocates offers four predictions for the smart grid this year from top representatives of Siemens’ eMeter business.
Real-time energy use feedback leads to generally modest savings, but researchers hope their study will help make smart meters more effective.
California regulators revise PG&E’s smart meter program to allow residential customers to go analog, but with a $75 fee and $10 monthly charge.