GTM GRID WEEKLY | Thursday, January 12, 2012
Partners, platforms and connected everything push smart home energy into the mainstream at CES.
GTM Research profiles the leading 150 smart grid vendors in its latest market report.
The high-end home automation company isn’t fooling itself about the challenges of getting customers to buy into energy-saving technology.
Honeywell to build China’s first automated demand response system. Plus, India’s government directs $100 million at smart grid pilots.
How semiconductors will grow renewables in the Lone Star State
The last of the big meter data management software companies falls into the corporate fold.
The Japanese giant makes some moves with the Swiss smart metering giant it bought for $2.3 billion last year.
Answer: at LSI. Plus, personnel moves at Rockport Capital, Soladigm, Cisco, and Impress Labs.
Plus, Siemens buys energy services firm, and San Diego challenges Texas on energy savings.
It costs 3.5 cents to save a kilowatt-hour in energy efficiency. That’s really cheap—as long as the low-hanging fruit holds out.
Will 2012 be the breakout year for green technology IPOs? 2011 sure wasn’t.
A new study shows adding hundreds of megawatts of solar could cost Nevada utility NVEnergy millions of dollars in fossil fuel-fired backup.
Layoffs and deployment delays at the ambitious and mysterious Dubai firm
He’s taking his show on the road to help utilities make the business case for smart grid.
How to sell the quiet virtue of electric motorcycles into a market marked by noise and sweat? Try scary acceleration, disruptive manufacturing, cops and snowmobilers.