GTM’s Smart Grid Newsletter | April 5, 2013

Jay Owen Greentech

  April 5, 2013 EDITOR’S NOTE: We’ve got a lot of news on the smart grid front this week, including new takes on making the utility-to-home technology connection. Take the project underway in Georgia, where Emerson and smart grid and energy management partners are installing home power meters and wireless …

Update: EVs in NYC – What Roll-Out Strategies Work Best for the Big Apple?

kristy Greentech

Update: EVs in NYC – What Roll-Out Strategies Work Best for the Big Apple? How can you charge a car when you can’t find a place to park? Mixed Greens: GE Adds Smart-Grid-as-Service Customer; Renewables Pray for Sect. 1603 Revival In other news, Opower calls rival a copycat and EnerNOC …

EnerNOC Wins SCE Contract for Energy Efficiency

kristy Trendspotting, Earth Systems Science

EnerNOC Wins SCE Contract for Energy Efficiency Forget about demand response, EnerNOC wants a bite of the energy efficiency pie. The Humanitarian Side of Solar and Renewables We take a break from pure capitalism to honor the human, animal, and environmental-minded side of the renewable business. Suniva Update: “Suspending” Pursuit …

Fuel Cells: The Future or a Flop?

kristy Greentech

Fuel Cells: The Future or a Flop? Will the Next Big Thing finally become the Next Big Thing? Comverge Takes Backseat in Demand Response Counting Debate As PJM and EnerNOC point fingers, Comverge flies under the radar. Argonne’s Battery Tech: A Government Licensing Success Story Lab-to-factory deals can work if …