Linking 160 commercial and industrial buildings in New Delhi, India, the automated demand response system is expected to reduce peak power demand by an average 15 percent.
Early in his presidency Barack Obama made a pledge to modernize the nation’s power grid, comparing its state at the time to early roads before the Interstate system.”It was a tangled maze of poorly maintained back roads that were rarely the fastest or the most efficient way to get from point A to point B,” […]
Honeywell (NYSE: HON) and Tata Power Delhi Distribution (TPDDL) today announced that they have successfully implemented the first ever automated demand response (ADR) project for commercial and industrial facilities in India.TPDDL is...Show More Summary
Electricity consumers are becoming more demanding for information on energy consumption as they become more technologically-aware, Marie-Jose Nadeau, chair of the World Energy Council, WEC, said on Tuesday.Speaking at the Sixth World...Show More Summary
Green Charge Networks the leading intelligent energy storage company was named today as one of the “15 Smart Grid Companies to Watch in 2015? by Smart Grid News. Smart Grid News differentiated Green Charge from other energy storage vendors based on its strong customer base, with an emphasis on schools and industry partnerships — including […]
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a much-hyped market promising a number of futuristic applications. The reality is that the first mass deployment of the IoT has already occurred in the electric power sector. Smart grid infrastructure has been deployed in many geographic regions already and between 2015-2025, a further $380.1 billion will be invested […]
The OpenADR standard for automated demand response is often misunderstood as just a standard for demand response. In fact, it is a powerful standard capable of supporting a broad spectrum of applications that fall under the demand response umbrella. As the only global standard for demand response, OpenADR is uniquely positioned to address a multitude […]
Next week, at Vienna’s Pioneers Festival, attendees will be the first to lay their eyes on the new, stylish “smart home” that allows you to live completely off the grid. It’s called the “Ecocapsule” and it’s a wind and solar-powered 14 x 7 x 7-foot pod that gives you total independence. Show More Summary
Cities around the world are spending billions to automate and computerize everything from traffic control to the power grid. But fears are growing that these networks are easy targets for attacks.
PIDC, Philadelphia’s public-private economic development corporation and master developer of The Navy Yard, has selected Landis+Gyr to lay the foundation for a modern and comprehensive energy infrastructure at The Navy Yard in Philadelphia. Show More Summary
“We are reaping some of the benefits we thought we would get from smart grid. We’re not reaping all of the benefits we thought we would get from it,” said Jason Handley, director of smart grid emerging technology and operations in the emerging technology office at Duke Energy. Handley spoke at Energy Central’s Smart Cities […]
Originally published on Smart Grid Library This week’s guest authors are Christina Briggs, Economic Development Manager for the City of Fremont, California, and Vipul Gore, President and CEO of Gridscape Solutions. The microgrid solution...Show More Summary
The negotiation, dissemination and confirmation of an agreement to build Upstream this past week between brokers and NAR's board of directors was shocking in its speed. Virtually the entire broker sphere is on board. Upstream, with its newly unified backing, has the potential to alter significantly the power structure of the real estate industry...
Japan’s increased focus on smart grid deployment, as part of its plans to boost energy efficiency and power generation from renewable sources, will drive the country to become one of Asia-Pacific’s top markets in smart grid development, says research and consulting firm GlobalData. Source: Japan’s $21 Million Microgrid Investment Boosting Renewable Sector, says GlobalData
Australia and New Zealand have among the best performing power sectors in the world. The two countries have been aggressive in investing in smart grid infrastructure to modernize their grids and offer benefits to their electricity customers. New Zealand is reaching near full market penetration of smart meters (AMI) and will shift to investment in […]
Focused on interoperability as an enabler for the future, this eBrief illustrates how utilities can leverage flexible technology platforms as the foundation for their system upgrades. From assessing current systems, to selecting software...Show More Summary
Hundreds of thousands of businesses and residents throughout Illinois have benefitted from increased power system reliability in recent years, which ComEd credits to the expansion of the smart grid and infrastructure upgrades, including storm response enhancements.Chicago skyline. Show More Summary
As the smart grid continues its evolution, more and more Utilities are finding the need for a substation automation software solution that can integrate all of the distribution and transmission devices within their network into one solution. Show More Summary
The lowly energy meter is becoming a leading device in the transition to the Internet of Things. Government officials and utility executives are creating smart energy grids that will help make energy use more efficient, provide real-time billing information, and reduce the number of workers needed to check meters. Show More Summary
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