A new online resource launched by the Smart Grid Consumer Collaborative shows just how much a smarter grid can impact your bottom line.
Planned new energy efficiency targets in California for computers and monitors would save $250 million annually by 2020.
Google is now accepting applications for beta testers of its new, high altitude WiFi system.
Connecticut’s plans for nine microgrid projects are aimed at ensuring electricity grid resilience and reliability during severe weather events.
A new report ranks states on smart grid policies, investments and customer engagement levels.
A new Apple data center in Reno will be partly powered by a big solar farm that will use low-concentration PV technology and a unique financing arrangement.
These small pieces of equipment add up to big energy consumption – enough power to keep the lights on in the Silicon Valley, for example.