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SP AusNet Chooses Ericsson’s For Smart Meter Communications

26, 2013

Ericsson will a standards-based 3G network in Victoria, designed to allow communications to smart meters over an Australian public mobile

IUS Technologies Develops New Smart for Theft Detection

November 26,

Forward-looking utilities are implementing sensors to complement AMI/AMR in detecting fraud, unauthorized and inefficient energy distribution. The of sensors introduced by IUS is designed to power usage data can be compared with AMI/AMR meter readings to pinpoint or unauthorized power usage

FERC Announces Rule to Facilitate Interconnections for Small Energy Systems

November 22,

In a far-reaching decision, yesterday the Energy Regulatory Commission significant modifications to the agency’s Generator Interconnection Procedures which should facilitate a efficient interconnection process for renewable generators.

IEEE Standard for Low-Frequency, Narrowband PLC and Smart Grid Applications

22, 2013

Because the IEEE standard was natively designed for the smart grid, it leverages and recent innovations in communications and the smart grid security

Self Healing Lithium-ion Developed

November 22, 2013

at Stanford and the SLAC National Laboratory have developed a battery electrode that is to provide greater charge in lithium-ion batteries.

PSEG Support For Energy Strong

November 22, 2013

Energy calls for investing $3.9 over 10 years, including billion in the first five to protect critical facilities, backup distribution lines and communications capabilities.

Verizon Security Suite to Protect the of Things

November 20, 2013

One way to smart grid security is to certificates during device or client-site installation. This devices can be authenticated when to each other while maintaining a secure connection for the to traverse. Devices not configured a certificate would not be able to or attach to the network, helping to the energy grid from

DecisionPoint and Landis+Gyr Form

November 20, 2013

The agreement is on software tools used by to install, provision and troubleshoot meters in the field.

Silver Networks Introduces Smart Network-as-a-Service Offering

November 19,

The company is introducing a new Network-as-a-Service whereby it will deploy, and operate smart city on behalf of cities, allowing to avoid upfront capital and deployment costs as well as operational and management expenditures.

Energy Carolinas Files New Energy Program

November 19,

The Gree Source Rider is an program designed to give customers, such as manufacturers, centers, college campuses and retailers, the option of offsetting or all of their energy consumption new load — such as a new or facility — with energy.

Smart Cities Releases Readiness Guide

18, 2013

The Guide is a collection of best practices and more 50 case studies. It is intended to a city create its own customized list with the confidence it has not left out anything essential and all the pieces will work even if they are built in

EaglePicher Technologies Partners Arista Power on New York Demand Reduction Project

18, 2013

EPT’s system is to provide 200 kW/900 kWh of energy integrated into Arista Power on Demand (PoD) that will be installed in the building. The system utilizes storage to reduce utility specifically demand charges, and is to allow seamless enrollment to response programs.

City of Springs to Implement Smart SaaS to Modernize Grid

15, 2013

Under the terms of the GE will provide Holly with a pre-integrated package of ranging from electric, and gas meter services for the city’s metering infrastructure to prepaid billing on a consumer web portal. The also includes services as outage detection, asset and support for the city’s grid for 10

Las Vegas Deploys Predictive Optimization

November 15, 2013

recently announced that Las is the first city to deploy its energy management system for optimized power consumption. The is part of utility NV Energy’s program.

GridSense Announces Another With A Large Midwest

November 15, 2013

GridSense that a large Midwestern has concluded a year-long pilot of the LineIQ monitoring solution for distribution substations, and that the has ordered 150 units for deployment to than 50 sites over the year.

Survey Finds Willing to Pay for Alternative Energy, So for Reliability

November 13, 2013

The Pulse Survey, undertaken this year by Market International, determined that than 60 percent of consumers are to pay an extra $2, $5 or $15 a month to support of alternative energy. Less 60 percent were willing to pay amounts to improve reliability.

Smart Grid Benefits Set To Industry Forecasts

November 11,

More than two-thirds of executives believe that the of smart grids and smart deployments — which improved customer service, and outage response — exceed original industry according to a recent survey by A large majority of executives (85 percent) also expect the competitive landscape to change in the five years, with new entrants in the areas of energy and demand response, data and distributed power generation.

Annual Worldwide Solar PV To Double by 2020

November 11,

According to the report by Navigant, installations of new solar PV capacity grow from 35.9 GW in to 73.4 GW in 2020. The Asia region is expected to be the leading market for solar PV installations the forecast period, led by China, more than 100 GW of solar PV be deployed by 2020.

ISO New England Plan Details Power Progress and Initiatives

November 11,

The predominant reliability challenges the region’s reliance on natural gas for generation, the potential retirements of fossil-fuel-fired generation, and the interconnection of levels of renewable resources. to operating procedures and market are underway to address these

Mexico Smart Grid To Grow From $205m to Per Year

November 5, 2013

Mexico’s regulator Comision Reguladora de (CRE) is in the final stages of a smart grid roadmap to spur a market that cumulatively reach $12.1 by 2023, according to a new report Northeast Group. This will be allocated across 17 grid market segments smart metering, transmission and network infrastructure and information

Five Key Trends Driving Building Technology

November 5,

Facing pressure to manage risks and energy consumption, building owners and investors are how smart building technologies can a company’s triple bottom (people, planet, profits). key trends are making smart a no-brainer for commercial property and investors, according to Jones LaSalle’s latest report.

The legislation would create the national threshold for utilities to a certain percentage of their from renewable resources, wind, solar, biomass and energy. The bill would set a 6 requirement by 2014, followed by increases thereafter to meet the 25 by 2025 goal.

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