Posts Tagged ‘ Smart energy ’

Highlights from Smart Energy Summit Available

May 2, 2013
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Highlights from Smart Energy Summit Available

If you missed research firm Parks Associates’ annual Smart Energy Summit back in February, you can catch up on the details with a summary released by the company, as well as some video interviews of key executives who were present, such as keynoters Roy Perry of Alarm.com and Ted Reguly of San Diego Gas...

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Energy Monitoring Saves on Bills in this Naturally Green Home

April 17, 2013
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Energy Monitoring Saves on Bills in this Naturally Green Home

Not every green home requires a bounty of solar panels or other systems to produce clean energy. Conserving energy is the cleanest energy of all. That’s what this 2,500-square-foot vacation home in northern Vermont accomplishes with some serious energy monitoring—while celebrating its habitat by bringing nature indoors. Green construction materials and the addition of...

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ZigBee Updates Smart Energy Standard

July 22, 2011
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ZigBee Updates Smart Energy Standard

Many have predicted that the ZigBee will be the wireless communications technology of choice in our smart grid world. It at least appears it will be used between two-way communicating smart meters being rolled out and smart appliances that will receive pricing signals from electric utilities and delay cycles to save consumers energy. The...

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Conference Reveals Keen Insights in Home Energy Management

February 8, 2011
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Conference Reveals Keen Insights in Home Energy Management

How will the home energy management market evolve in the next few months or years? Will homeowners buy energy management services on their own or will they have to be bundled with other services? Who will be the big players in energy management in the next year? And what role with electric vehicles (EVs)...

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Smart Energy Summit to Analyze Growing Energy Management Market

January 20, 2011
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Smart Energy Summit to Analyze Growing Energy Management Market

Over 30 percent of U.S. broadband households are interested in the ability to remotely control appliances and thermostats and monitor security cameras through a PC or mobile device, opening opportunities in energy services for communications and security providers as well as manufacturers and utilities, according to international research firm Parks Associates. The firm will...

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