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.
New resources from the SGCC highlight the savings potential of the smart grid and how that efficiency will translate to consumers.
By connecting smart meters and smart appliances in a seamless, remotely-controlled system, GE hopes to help consumers slash energy consumption.
The Power Flower provides a constant visual representation of how much energy you’re really using, and how that’s affecting the planet.
An informative video and fact sheet refutes the most commonly circulated myths about smart meters.
The Maryland Public Service Commission has denied an application from Baltimore Gas & Electric to begin deployment of a smart grid type infrastructure because of customer cost concerns.
A recent Harris Poll not only revealed that electricity users would reduce consumption if usage and cost results were made known to them, but that many didn’t even know such information could be offered.
Google wants to help you better manage your energy usage needs by partnering with a company to put a device in your home to help you track your energy habits.