Posts tagged: utilities

New Business Models Key to Smart Grid

    By Kari Williamson   Despite recent advances in smart grid developments, much of the heavy lifting still lies ahead as the traditional energy sector, in partnership with new technology providers, must innovate and overhaul outdated business models to deliver true value to consumers and society. Currently, utility companies around the world are embarking […]

5 Eco Gadgets to Beat the Summer Heat

Courtesy: mylifescoop.com Have you had the courage to look at your electricity bill yet this summer? Chances are it ain’t pretty since we often end up using a ton of electricity trying to keep cool. But don’t sweat it – nowadays there are a host of smart electronics specially designed to keep temperatures down without […]

Competitive Green Power Rates

Competitive Green Power Rates Through North American Power Search for the best electric power and gas rates here. North American Power supplies electricity, gas and green power for less than your utility rates. http://www.marylandgreenpower.com/greenpower/affordable-green-energy/ Tweet

Green energy boost for Wales » Environment

Businesses, community groups and individuals across Wales could find it much easier to generate their own electricity thanks to new proposals unveiled today. The Environment Minister Jane Davidson has launched a consultation on … Image by solarpowerforyou via Flickr Tweet

CleanTech Photovoltaic Solar Farm

(SAN FRANCISCO –) CalRENEW-1, the first utility scale photovoltaic solar farm to be approved by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) under the state’s Renewables Portfolio Standard program, has received all required environmental approvals and is now shovel ready, announced Bill Barnes, CEO of Cleantech America, Inc., the project developer. The solar farm, which could […]

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