smart grid

Bitcoin proves that blockchain works. Now researchers, investors and start-ups are exploring how it could be applied to energy
The strength of America's economy as well as our political prowess in the world are inextricably linked to the success of our cities and their "smart city" initiatives. The time to implement these initiatives is now.
The city is and has been the crucible of civilization; the center of commerce, and in this new age of technology, can and
Proponents of alternative energy were left scratching their heads last December over a report that the town council from Woodland, N.C., rejected a proposal to rezone a parcel of land to allow a proposed solar farm.
The battle between the solar industry and electric utilities has the makings of a classic David versus Goliath tale, but the debate raises legitimate questions, notably: how should regulations be updated to recognize the growth of solar while still ensuring a reliable and affordable power system? And ultimately what value do distributed solar and utilities provide to society.
Congress last month extended valuable tax credits to producers of electricity from wind turbines and solar photovoltaic panels, a move that came as a relief to an industry that has experienced rapid growth in recent years.
Within this innovation machine is a little known jewel called, Cisco Hyper-Innovation Living Labs (CHILL). True to its name
It could save Italian consumers $25 billion over the next decade.
We are about to enter the era of the Youtility, the era of Personal Power where we have little to no reliance on the current utility for generation, transmission or supply of the energy we use to power our homes.
The EU and China together account for nearly 40 percent of global carbon emissions, and their cooperation can make an enormous difference to an effective, global response.