Posted By: Charles Y. Chen, PhD - Chief Strategy Officer, Energetics
On: November 10, 2015
Smart Grid, Smart Meters, Smart Cars, Smart Appliances, Smart Watch—the term “Smart” is commonly used to describe the next technological innovation or application. Over the past decade, the maturity and proliferation of Information Technology (IT, sometimes referred to as Information Communication Technology, or ICT) has enabled these smart digital systems.  more...
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Posted By: Sean Morash - Consultant, EnerNex
On: October 27, 2015
The state of New York, under Governor Andrew Cuomo, is embarking on a new initiative to "promote more efficient use of energy, deeper penetration of renewable energy resources such as wind and solar, wider deployment of 'distributed' energy resources (DERs), such as micro grids, roof-top solar and other on-site power  more...
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Posted By: Charlie Hewitt - Principal, Sarsen Energy Group
On: October 19, 2015
Discussions on distributed generation and energy storage seem to dominate the home energy forums. Declining rooftop photovoltaic prices and emerging home-scale battery technologies make for great headlines and bold predictions. Naturally, this subject brings up myriad polarizing issues including net metering, property taxes, and government subsidies. With these issues taking  more...
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Posted By: Walter Scheib - Energetics Incorporated
On: October 7, 2015
Many energy efficiency programs across the US are beginning to move beyond small pilot programs to full scale implementation of energy efficiency measures. Bringing energy efficiency programs to scale is an important goal and should be an objective of any comprehensive sustainability plan; however, full scale implementation of an energy  more...
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Posted By: Irina Zerchaninova - Coordinator, The Russian GREENTIE network
On: September 29, 2015
Famous British author, inventor and futurist Sir Arthur C. Clarkes predicted for 2016 the replacement of money by a megawatt-hour universe currency. He was not the first who thought in a similar way. These were Henry Ford (energy-backed money) and Thomas Edison (monetary policy and “energy dollar”).  Modern researchers, particularly,  more...
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Posted By: Fiona Jameson
On: September 22, 2015
Owning a business can be an expensive venture and when you're just starting out as a small business bills for electricity, water, the Internet, phone lines etc. can rack up pretty quickly so it's always a smart idea to try and cut costs wherever you can. After all every little  more...
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Posted By: Scott Tew - Executive Director, Center for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability, Ingersoll Rand
On: July 28, 2015
The largest energy consumers in the world are big buildings. Think of the abundance of lighting fixtures, heating/cooling systems, water heating and refrigeration units demanded of these large buildings and the resulting energy used to power these services over a vast amount of space. The floor space and sheer number  more...
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Posted By: Udi Merhav - CEO & Founder, energyOrbit
On: July 21, 2015
The rise of connected consumer electronic devices in this “Internet of Things” era continues to surge and is opening market opportunities for midstream energy efficiency. Over the last few years, retailers (the midstream market), electronics manufacturers (the upstream market) and the utility sector have developed models of collaboration to achieve  more...
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Posted By: Eran Eshed - Co-Founder & VP Marketing, Altair Semiconductor
On: July 8, 2015
Just a few years ago, the concept of a smart city—or one that uses wireless technology to increase communication between various sectors, city planners and consumers—seemed like it was light years away from becoming a reality. Things have certainly changed. A recent report from Gartner shows the smart city movement,  more...
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Posted By: Corrie Bastian - Multi-Family Project Coordinator, Center for Energy and Environment
On: July 1, 2015
Did you know that 8.5% of U.S. residents live in large multifamily buildings with 20 or more units? Despite the large number of U.S. households in multifamily buildings, energy efficiency is often overlooked in this sector. And it can be tricky to address, largely because multifamily building characteristics vary drastically  more...
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