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New Tollgrade sensors add voltage accuracy, long life
April 16, 2014 - Tollgrade Communications released a new medium voltage (MV) power sensor that it believes is the first all-in-one, highly accurate current and voltage sensor available to electric utilities, the smart grid firm's VP of Smart Grid Erik Christian told us recently in an interview. Adding highly . . . keep reading

Silver Spring pairs latest sensors with MongoDB database
April 16, 2014 - Since the development of the smart grid, utilities have found up to 70% of their enterprise data is generated by their T&D networks -- yet mining that "big data" for value has been costly and resource-intensive, said New York City-based database firm MongoDB. Silver Spring Networks agreed . . . keep reading

S&C offers new switch gear, storage management system
April 16, 2014 - S&C Electric introduced this week two products designed to improve grid reliability -- the Vista SD underground distribution switchgear and the PureWave SMS-250 storage management system (SMS), it said at the IEEE PES T&D Conference in Chicago. S&C is a provider of automated switching . . . keep reading

Grid-scale storage firm Younicos enters US via Xtreme Power
April 16, 2014 - Younicos, a Berlin-based grid battery firm, said this week it acquired Xtreme Power's assets with a winning bid in a Chapter 11 auction supervised by the US District Bankruptcy Court of West Texas. The purchase will let Younicos compete in North America and take a global leadership . . . keep reading

CORRECTION
April 16, 2014 - The online version of a story we published yesterday about EnerNOC . . . keep reading

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Exclusives
Oracle VP describes big opportunities in data analytics
April 7, 2014 - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: As an IT giant, Oracle has a vested interest in seeing the advent of "big data" in the smart grid industry yield tangible benefits for utilities. But some utility executives that Oracle's Guerry Waters has met with recently have shown "big data fatigue" and . . . keep reading

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AMI - advanced metering
STUDY: DTE learned key to successful AMI from SGIP user group
April 14, 2014 - One utility's hard-earned knowledge about smart grid integration is documented in a case study recently posted on the website of the Smart Grid Interoperability Panel (SGIP), a global standards advocacy group. DTE Energy -- a utility that serves over 2 million Michigan ratepayers -- was not . . . keep reading

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Benefits of smart grid
APS to spend $300 million on smart grid by 2025
April 3, 2014 - Arizona Public Service (APS) this week released its official forecast of how Arizona will meet its growing energy needs over the next 15 years including plans to expand its smart grid use. The integrated resource plan offered a big-picture look at Arizona's energy future, meant to . . . keep reading

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Briefs
2 stories in 90 seconds
April 16, 2014 - PUC launches mobile-friendly shopping site . . . Musk reportedly in . . . keep reading

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Building Automation
Reliant teams with EnTouch on home-energy management
March 25, 2014 - Reliant is teaming up with Dallas-based technology firm EnTouch Controls to bring energy management systems to small businesses, it said yesterday. The firm's systems offer easy-to-use monitoring, alerts and controls, that give business customers the chance to cut power use . . . keep reading

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Business & finance
'Smart Cities Financing Guide' provides 28 funding alternatives
April 15, 2014 - The Smart Cities Council (SCC) -- a Washington, DC-based for-profit industry coalition dedicated to the advancement of smart city business -- announced the release of a new handbook to help cities understand the financing options available for technology projects, it said . . . keep reading

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Consultancies
Mumbai government hires Accenture to vet smart-city pilot
April 14, 2014 - The Mumbai (India) Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) commissioned a study by multinational consulting group Accenture on the feasibility of implementing a smart city project in Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC), a large commercial park outside the city, said an article published . . . keep reading

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Consumer apps & services
GE, Quirky sell smart window air conditioner for $300
April 15, 2014 - GE Appliances and Quirky, a four-year-old start-up firm based in New York City announced the launch of Aros -- an application-driven air conditioning unit invented "by a real person just like you," they said. Using the new app, a GE window-mounted air conditioner can be controlled remotely . . . keep reading

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Corrections & clarifications
CORRECTION
April 16, 2014 - The online version of a story we published yesterday about EnerNOC . . . keep reading

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Cost recovery
New Tollgrade grid sensors deployed by Canadian utility Veridian
April 14, 2014 - Smart grid technology maker Tollgrade Communications announced today at the IEEE PES Transmission & Distribution Conference & Exposition that Canadian municipal utility Veridian Connections deployed Tollgrade's "LightHouse" smart grid platform that includes integrated MV . . . keep reading

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Customers & advocacy
Maryland sets smart meter opt-out fees
February 27, 2014 - The Maryland PSC yesterday ruled that residential and "small commercial" power customers who opt out of smart metering have to pay up-front and monthly fees . . . keep reading

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Cybersecurity
SGIP, NIST, DOE to help explain cybersecurity framework
April 7, 2014 - SGIP is set to host a cybersecurity webinar on April 24 to feature the voluntary, risk-based "Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity," that President Barack Obama called for, John McDonald, chairman of the SGIP board of directors, told us recently. Part of . . . keep reading

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Data analytics & management
New Tollgrade sensors add voltage accuracy, long life
April 16, 2014 - Tollgrade Communications released a new medium voltage (MV) power sensor that it believes is the first all-in-one, highly accurate current and voltage sensor available to electric utilities, the smart grid firm's VP of Smart Grid Erik Christian told us recently in an interview. Adding highly . . . keep reading

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Decoupling utility firms
Policy expert cautions utilities on DG's financial challenges
October 28, 2013 -

Utilities ignore the threat DG poses to their business model at their own peril, David Shuford, VP of policy and business evaluation at Dominion Resources Services, said last week at an industry conference hosted by the Energy Bar Assn in Washington, DC. "You could wind up as a utility in this so-called 'death spiral' where you are chasing an ever-shrinking customer base to pay for an infrastructure that was built for a larger customer base...

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Demand response
EnerNOC to acquire global utility billing firm EnTech
April 15, 2014 - DR giant EnerNOC plans to acquire EnTech USB, a London-based utility bill management (UBM) software firm, and expects the deal to close this month. EnTech supports 200,000 utility tariffs worldwide and processes over 1 million utility bills/year for its customers -- making billing . . . keep reading

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Demos & pilots
North Carolina towns pick Leidos' 'smart grid as service'
April 2, 2014 - North Carolina towns Kings Mountain and Gastonia picked a Leidos hardware-software package for smart grid, the Reston, Va-based engineering, national security and health services firm said yesterday in an update on its smart grid . . . keep reading

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Deployments
New Tollgrade grid sensors deployed by Canadian utility Veridian
April 14, 2014 - Smart grid technology maker Tollgrade Communications announced today at the IEEE PES Transmission & Distribution Conference & Exposition that Canadian municipal utility Veridian Connections deployed Tollgrade's "LightHouse" smart grid platform that includes integrated MV . . . keep reading

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Distributed - onsite generation
States across US map wrestle with net metering laws, rules
April 15, 2014 - Outcomes differ wildly as utilities try to keep grid fair, or not: Kansas lawmakers on April 3 passed a compromise plan aimed at preserving net metering in the state -- a bill that was sent to the desk of Gov Sam Brownback, R, for his signature. Under the new scheme, solar energy activists and Westar Energy, the state's largest electric utility . . . keep reading

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Distribution automation
New Tollgrade sensors add voltage accuracy, long life
April 16, 2014 - Tollgrade Communications released a new medium voltage (MV) power sensor that it believes is the first all-in-one, highly accurate current and voltage sensor available to electric utilities, the smart grid firm's VP of Smart Grid Erik Christian told us recently in an interview. Adding highly . . . keep reading

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Dynamic & TOU pricing
Norwegian utility NTE, Maingate to do dynamic pricing pilot
March 28, 2014 - Norwegian utility NTE and Swedish M2M communications firm Maingate began a dynamic-pricing pilot for select utility customers. The pilot includes 35 homes that will have access to Maingate's cloud-based communications platform . . . keep reading

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Education - outreach
2 municipal utilities tell SGCC what worked in AMI rollouts
March 10, 2014 - Though historically behind the curve in deploying AMI, municipal utilities are starting to catch up, a panel of experts said recently on a webinar hosted by the Smart Grid Consumer Collaborative (SGCC). "Cooperatives, really for a long time . . . keep reading

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Electric vehicles - EVs
US Forest Service 'plants' its first EV fast-charging station
April 14, 2014 - The first EV fast-charger installed on land managed by the US Forest Service was officially put into service at Mt Hood National Forest in Oregon, said the US Dept of Agriculture's blog. The US Dept of Transportation and other partners including Travel Oregon, AeroVironment . . . keep reading

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Electricity retailers
Maryland PSC lets customers with smart meters switch faster
April 14, 2014 - The Maryland PSC issued an order Friday extending disconnection protections through May 31 and letting customers with smart meters switch retail power providers faster. The state was hit with similar conditions to the rest of the Northeast this winter and some customers on variable . . . keep reading

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Energy efficiency
PATEL: Gridco DA systems keep bottom line in mind
April 2, 2014 - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Power management firm Gridco Systems formed in 2010 on the belief that the distribution grid would follow transmission's move toward giving utilities more dynamic control of their power networks, CEO Naimish Patel told us last week . . . keep reading

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Energy management
GE, Quirky sell smart window air conditioner for $300
April 15, 2014 - GE Appliances and Quirky, a four-year-old start-up firm based in New York City announced the launch of Aros -- an application-driven air conditioning unit invented "by a real person just like you," they said. Using the new app, a GE window-mounted air conditioner can be controlled remotely . . . keep reading

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Energy storage
S&C offers new switch gear, storage management system
April 16, 2014 - S&C Electric introduced this week two products designed to improve grid reliability -- the Vista SD underground distribution switchgear and the PureWave SMS-250 storage management system (SMS), it said at the IEEE PES T&D Conference in Chicago. S&C is a provider of automated switching . . . keep reading

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Environmental
Massachusetts debates road forward on statewide smart grid
March 11, 2014 - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWS: Environmental and utility experts lobbied for similar changes to a straw plan for Massachusetts' statewide grid modernization, at hearings held Feb 24-27 in Boston by the commonwealth's Dept of Public Utilities (DPU). Both camps . . . keep reading

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Exclusives
Oracle VP describes big opportunities in data analytics
April 7, 2014 - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: As an IT giant, Oracle has a vested interest in seeing the advent of "big data" in the smart grid industry yield tangible benefits for utilities. But some utility executives that Oracle's Guerry Waters has met with recently have shown "big data fatigue" and . . . keep reading

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Global cooperation
US, India work together to promote microgrids, clean energy
March 19, 2014 - The US and India agreed to work more closely on microgrids and clean energy financing at a Mar 11 meeting in New Delhi between US Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz and Indian Minister of New & Renewable Energy Farooq Abdullah, the US embassy in New Delhi said recently. The New Delhi meeting . . . keep reading

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Government agencies
States across US map wrestle with net metering laws, rules
April 15, 2014 - Outcomes differ wildly as utilities try to keep grid fair, or not: Kansas lawmakers on April 3 passed a compromise plan aimed at preserving net metering in the state -- a bill that was sent to the desk of Gov Sam Brownback, R, for his signature. Under the new scheme, solar energy activists and Westar Energy, the state's largest electric utility . . . keep reading

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HANs
SDG&E customers gain access to meter data via devices
September 23, 2013 -

San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) customers now have nine HAN devices to choose from to view their energy use directly on the devices, on smart phone apps or on their personal computer, the utility told the press last week. The list of validated HAN devices the customers can buy is at sdge.com/han -- along with an overview of the how to connect a device to a smart meter...

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Hardware - parts - chips - firmware
STMicroelectronics has new security chip for smart grid gear
February 20, 2014 - Semiconductor firm STMicroelectronics yesterday introduced KERKEY, a security module to prevent malicious attacks . . . keep reading

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Health & safety
Florida municipal reveals AMI planning details, lessons learned
February 28, 2014 - Florida's Lakeland Electric is responsible for rolling out 122,000 smart meters and paid close attention to concurrent AMI deployments by large utilities in Texas and California, Randy Dotson told us this week. He is Lakeland's . . . keep reading

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Industry conferences
Smart grid innovators compete at Ireland's Energy Show
March 13, 2014 - The Irish energy sector has never been more vibrant and has really caught the attention of overseas markets with 11 international trade delegations attending the [2014] Energy Show," said Dr Brian Motherway, CEO of the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI), yesterday . . . keep reading

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ISO - RTOs
Sungevity receives $70 million in new equity Jetsream, GE
April 14, 2014 - Oakland, Calif-based solar installation firm Sungevity received $70 million in new equity financing from both new and existing investors, it told the press earlier this month. The new funds will let it extend its technology platform "to service customers in the growing list of grid-parity markets . . . keep reading

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Labs & tech alliances
LBNL simulator to reveal value, risks in millions of EVs on grid
April 11, 2014 - The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) in Berkeley, Calif is using a vehicle-to-grid (V2G) simulator to answer important questions about using plugged-in EVs to stabilize the grid, said an article about the effort posted recently on the lab's website. Pressing questions . . . keep reading

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Law
States across US map wrestle with net metering laws, rules
April 15, 2014 - Outcomes differ wildly as utilities try to keep grid fair, or not: Kansas lawmakers on April 3 passed a compromise plan aimed at preserving net metering in the state -- a bill that was sent to the desk of Gov Sam Brownback, R, for his signature. Under the new scheme, solar energy activists and Westar Energy, the state's largest electric utility . . . keep reading

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Market research & analysis
NAVIGANT: Utilities to spend big on managing, sensing grid
March 11, 2014 - Utilities will spend $49.2 billion from 2014-2023 on "asset management and condition monitoring systems" for the grid, Navigant Research said in a report it publicized last week. Asset management and condition monitoring includes sensors and smart . . . keep reading

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Microgrids
Maine weighs CMP solar-charge proposal, GridSolar reacts
April 10, 2014 - The Maine PUC last week held hearings on a power delivery rate proposed by Central Maine Power (CMP) that would substantially increase power bills for homes with distributed energy such as rooftop solar PV. The new rates would be effective for five years, from July 1, 2014 . . . keep reading

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Net metering - feed-in tariffs
New Vermont law nearly quadruples amount of net metering
April 7, 2014 - Vermont's Gov Peter Shumlin signed H 702 into law on April 1 -- nearly quadrupling the net-metering cap for utilities statewide, his office reported. Prior to the passage of the bill, several small utilities -- including Vermont Electric Cooperative, based in Johnson . . . keep reading

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Networks
Illinois co-op IREC to use Tantalus AMI network for DR
April 9, 2014 - Smart grid communications firm Tantalus was picked by Illinois Rural Electric Cooperative (IREC) to design and implement an AMI network for its 11,000 member co-op serving 10 counties in west-central Illinois, Tantalus said yesterday. The co-op plans to use the AMI deployment . . . keep reading

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Outage management
Indian state plans smart grid rollout after cyclone
March 14, 2014 - The government of the Indian State of Odisha will help fund a smart grid project that was reportedly first announced recently by the government and planned for a region affected . . . keep reading

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Prepay programs
DEFG study confirms, prepay customers save more power
April 11, 2014 - Distributed Energy Financial Group (DEFG) found that customers who enroll in prepay electric service cut their use by 5.5-14% as they become more aware of consumption, it said in a report on the study published yesterday. Three of four customers who were part of the study said they changed . . . keep reading

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Privacy - data security
New NARUC CCI chair seeks federal, state cooperation
August 9, 2013 - State regulators in the US would benefit from more coordinated and clearer leadership on cybersecurity from their federal counterparts, Indiana Utility Regulatory Commissioner Carolene Mays told us this week in an exclusive interview . . . keep reading

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R&D
Fraunhofer to use Eguana inverter, firm explains research
March 20, 2014 - The Smart Grid Research Group of Germany's Fraunhofer Institute picked Eguana's "Bi-Direx" power inverter as the control platform for grid-storage research, the energy storage manufacturer told the press yesterday. The research will focus on developing creative control strategies . . . keep reading

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Regulation services
Energy trader Alpiq acquires big UK aggregator Flexitricity
April 10, 2014 - Alpiq, an energy trader with headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland, announced this week it entered the European DR/demand management market with the acquisition of Flexitricity. Based in Edinburgh, Scotland, Flexitricity is a power aggregator that runs the largest live . . . keep reading

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Regulatory policies
States across US map wrestle with net metering laws, rules
April 15, 2014 - Outcomes differ wildly as utilities try to keep grid fair, or not: Kansas lawmakers on April 3 passed a compromise plan aimed at preserving net metering in the state -- a bill that was sent to the desk of Gov Sam Brownback, R, for his signature. Under the new scheme, solar energy activists and Westar Energy, the state's largest electric utility . . . keep reading

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Reliability
Senate Energy hears from FERC, others about grid security
April 11, 2014 - The attack on the Metcalf substation in Northern California and the response to it by regulators and industry got a hearing at the Senate Energy & Natural Resources Committee yesterday. "The attack last year on the Metcalf substation in California's Silicon Valley was the most . . . keep reading

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Renewables
Grid-scale storage firm Younicos enters US via Xtreme Power
April 16, 2014 - Younicos, a Berlin-based grid battery firm, said this week it acquired Xtreme Power's assets with a winning bid in a Chapter 11 auction supervised by the US District Bankruptcy Court of West Texas. The purchase will let Younicos compete in North America and take a global leadership . . . keep reading

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Reprints
GALLAGHER: New York efforts part of bigger picture
January 13, 2014 - Smart grid, microgrid success starts with outreach: The implementation details of the $40 million "NY Prize" microgrid contest announced by New York Gov Andrew Cuomo, D, last week, will be developed by the New York State R&D Authority (NYSERDA) working with the New York Power Authority (NYPA) . . . keep reading

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SGIGs
Florida municipal reveals AMI planning details, lessons learned
February 28, 2014 - Florida's Lakeland Electric is responsible for rolling out 122,000 smart meters and paid close attention to concurrent AMI deployments by large utilities in Texas and California, Randy Dotson told us this week. He is Lakeland's . . . keep reading

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Smart cities
'Smart Cities Financing Guide' provides 28 funding alternatives
April 15, 2014 - The Smart Cities Council (SCC) -- a Washington, DC-based for-profit industry coalition dedicated to the advancement of smart city business -- announced the release of a new handbook to help cities understand the financing options available for technology projects, it said . . . keep reading

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Smart home
GE, Quirky sell smart window air conditioner for $300
April 15, 2014 - GE Appliances and Quirky, a four-year-old start-up firm based in New York City announced the launch of Aros -- an application-driven air conditioning unit invented "by a real person just like you," they said. Using the new app, a GE window-mounted air conditioner can be controlled remotely . . . keep reading

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Software
Battelle grid expert lauds Gridquant Agora, HELM-Flow software
March 20, 2014 - As complex as the Agora software made by Gridquant and distributed by Battelle is, its goal is straightforward: to give grid operators and dispatchers real-time information to help them restore power fast in the event of an outage. This restoration capability "has the potential to . . . keep reading

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Standards
STUDY: DTE learned key to successful AMI from SGIP user group
April 14, 2014 - One utility's hard-earned knowledge about smart grid integration is documented in a case study recently posted on the website of the Smart Grid Interoperability Panel (SGIP), a global standards advocacy group. DTE Energy -- a utility that serves over 2 million Michigan ratepayers -- was not . . . keep reading

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Testing - certification
HomePlug Alliance supports NVoy for hybrid, in-home networks
March 25, 2014 - The HomePlug Alliance's near-term strategy will center on testing and verification programs for its existing specifications rather than developing new specifications altogether, Rob Ranck, the alliance's president, told us recently. The alliance is focused on promoting NVoy, a certification and marketing . . . keep reading

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Trade groups & associations
STUDY: DTE learned key to successful AMI from SGIP user group
April 14, 2014 - One utility's hard-earned knowledge about smart grid integration is documented in a case study recently posted on the website of the Smart Grid Interoperability Panel (SGIP), a global standards advocacy group. DTE Energy -- a utility that serves over 2 million Michigan ratepayers -- was not . . . keep reading

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Training - staff certification
Dubai's electric utility opens $136 million grid-control complex
January 24, 2014 - Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA) opened a $136 million complex and control center for T&D services, the utility told the press this week. The bigger and more expensive of the two facilities is the 650,159 square-foot Warsan Complex which . . . keep reading

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Transactive energy
PNNL's new $10 million smart grid lab to study complex systems
February 5, 2014 - TRANSACTIVE ENERGY: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory's (PNNL) new $10 million R&D lab will be a "home base" for the DOE-backed organization's power grid and smart grid research, PNNL spokesperson Franny White told us yesterday. "We've built new buildings with high-end research labs for . . . keep reading

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Transmission - HV lines
CG to deliver substation automation for 6 Indian towns
April 11, 2014 - The Automation Business Unit of Indian smart grid technology maker Crompton Greaves (CG) will deliver to Power Grid Corp of India six substation automation systems, CG told the press yesterday. Power Grid is a state-owned power utility based in Gurgaon and it transmits about 50% of . . . keep reading

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US stimulus
NorthWestern Energy demo shows DA, TOU-based DR really works
January 23, 2014 - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW -- Restoration for most customers cut from 2 hours to seconds: NorthWestern Energy (NWE) used Cooper Power Systems' Yukon Feeder Automation software for outage restoration and cut outage restoration times drastically, June Pusich-Lester, an engineer who works with NWE's energy efficiency programs, told us in a recent, exclusive interview . . . keep reading

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Utility operations
EnerNOC to acquire global utility billing firm EnTech
April 15, 2014 - DR giant EnerNOC plans to acquire EnTech USB, a London-based utility bill management (UBM) software firm, and expects the deal to close this month. EnTech supports 200,000 utility tariffs worldwide and processes over 1 million utility bills/year for its customers -- making billing . . . keep reading

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