Towns in Texas are seeing local resistance to smart meters, sometimes resulting in elected official recalls and city charter changes.
Google’s PowerMeter may have been a flop, but that doesn’t mean cloud-based energy monitoring is doomed.
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) hold a series of town meetings to explain why customers must pay extra to keep their analog meter.
The Texas Tribune takes a look at how a growing number of Texans are wanting nothing to do with smart meters.
Greentech Media reports on a new program in Southern California that could push the smart-meter-to-home-energy-device connection into the consumer marketplace in a big new way.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration reports on how smart meter installations in the United States continue to rise across the country.
EarthFix reports on a major new smart grid project kicking off at the University of Washington in Washington State.
Midwest Energy News takes a look at why it will take more than just a bunch of smart meters to make an actual grid that is smart.
Researchers in Europe are testing smart plugs that communicate with each other through the power grid.
The Texas Tribune reports on how a recent Texas Senate committee heard sometimes emotional testimony about smart electric meter installations.