With EcoGrid EU, IBM and European partners will test a super-smart grid on the Danish island of Bornholm for four years.
A report released by The Climate Group China offers suggestions on the acceleration of clean technologies in China as well as background and reviews.
A new open-source energy-management platform that gives homeowners smart-home capabilities while offering utilities more information about consumer usage patterns is now available.
The majority of Americans support working with their power companies, through smart-grid infrastructure, to help ensure a competitive economic future according to a General Electric survey.
A partnership between Ice Energy and Glendale Water & Power aims for cooler municipal buildings in the summer, thanks to high-efficiency AC units coupled with thermal energy storage systems.
The smart grid grows more each day and large parts of it have the GE label slapped all over it. We sit down in-depth with General Electric to find out what this grid is all about and what role in it GE has.
Data findings from a new survey released by Microsoft find that only a small number of utilities to date have deployed smart grids, with many others struggling to do so in the face of a variety of issues.
The smart grid, networking more intelligently consumers, utilities and energy needs, is being built out around the country using technologies from a variety of companies like Intel. Read about their contribution.
A consortium of well known companies is debuting a public prototype of an advanced home energy management system which will be field tested in Texas later this year.
According to Pike Research, a groundswell of consumer interest in devices that assess and manage energy at home (energy information displays, or EIDs) is setting the stage for a major new wave of technology to hit the market in the very near future.
People Power, a smart grid focused start up, believes an “open source” approach to connecting consumers and utilities over the grid is best. We catch up with them to find out why.