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Smart grid technology has been gaining a lot of attention lately. And every year, more people are having a lot of positive experiences about it. Thanks to smart hundreds of smart grid companies worldwide! Because of them, millions of people are now enjoying the perks of effective and efficient energy management. Here’s a quick list […]
Since its development, smart grid systems have been changing the way energy is managed in homes and businesses — for the better! Are you excited to try one on yours? Below are some of the amazing things that smart grid solutions can do for your business. 1. Smart grid applications allow you to use less […]
Energy, particularly electricity, is essential for our daily activities. Without it, you will not be able to watch your favorite shows, to cook delicious meals, to run your businesses or to manufacture goods. Thanks to the technology we have today, power companies were able to develop a system that allows both ends, the providers and […]
Smart grid systems have been a trending topic in the energy industry for almost a decade now. Have you ever heard of them? What’s the difference between a smart grid and a traditional grid? Traditional electric grids are just one way systems where the power company supplies electricity to homes, businesses and industries without receiving […]
EU Confirms Approval of Germany's New Renewable Energy Law
Wall Street Journal, on Wed, 23 Jul 2014 07:03:45 -0700
The EU had concerns that some German firms producing renewable energy may have benefited unfairly from subsidies in the past. It also said a surcharge imposed on imported electricity equated to a customs duty and violated the bloc's internal market rules.
News in Brief: ISU receives grant to introduce Smart Grid
Vidette Online, on Tue, 22 Jul 2014 18:41:15 -0700
Illinois State University has recently received a grant of $450,000 through the University's Smart Grid for Schools program, which will be used toward the training of teachers of grades K-12. The smart grid technology originated in Chicago and is now …
Here's the Solar System's Weirdest-Looking Comet
TIME, on Wed, 23 Jul 2014 13:15:00 -0700
To most people, it's among the most glamorous objects in the solar system—brilliantly illuminated, racing through space with its glowing tail streaming far behind it. That, at least, is how comets look from great distances, and only when they're close …