I couldn’t help but notice and interesting article in Newsweek which contained an interview with President Obama’s Energy Secretary Steven Chu concerning one of the administration’s top priorities: a new energy policy. Interestingly, Dr. Chu supports research into burnable biofuels which could replace gasoline, while he also supports decreasing carbon emissions. While biofuels such as […]
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Salem, OR (PRWEB) October 25, 2013 One of the problems with today’s antiquated power grid is that historically, storing electrical energy in times of low demand and abundant supply against times of high demand and uncertain supply has been challenging – at least on a scale large enough for a community. This is particularly true […]
Demonstration of Smart Energy Profile 2.0 over Wi-Fi, Ethernet and HomePlug Green PHY See physical layer and physical.
BOULDER, Colo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–One of the primary goals of the smart grid movement is to empower consumers with greater control over their use of energy in the home. However, this objective has proven to be an elusive one for utilities and other key stakeholders in the industry, and the promise of the smart energy home remains […]