Insights

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Article
September 1, 2011

The World Health Organization Report, anecdotal complaints and growing protests could put a serious cramp in smart grid momentum

Insights, Smart Grid
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Article
August 26, 2011

Researchers remind us that we’re not alone, so knock off this global warming business or risk being eaten!

Article
August 19, 2011

Coastal turbines kick in at just the right time. Texas wind turbines produce more than double the power compared to last year during a similar, record-breaking peak demand period.

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Article
August 13, 2011

Conventional utility industry research is hard pressed to keep up with the pace set by California’s hyper-ambitious Clean Energy Plan

Insights, Policy
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Article
August 8, 2011

Electric distribution planners and operators have long ached to get near-real time data from the customer energy delivery point.

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Article
August 1, 2011

The cream skimming is about over, particularly as subsidized incentives begin to fade. Solid, economic projects will eventually thrive.

Article
July 26, 2011

Concerned about Cloud Computing as too ‘Big Brother’? On the contrary, it may offer more options, more freedom for the user.

Insights, Business
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Article
July 18, 2011

The Smart Grid City fiasco, Boulder’s energy ideals and a mismatch of business cultures may cause the city and Xcel to part ways.
 

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Article
July 11, 2011

A growing “climate change” and "global warming" fatigue has set in during the last 4 years. And no wonder!   I followed climate change/global warming news fairly closely for a year or so after the initial IPCC summary report. Now I just have a news feed that collects the latest world-wide climate change headlines and plops them on my computer so I can ruffle through the media carnival for anything new.