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Smart Grid Smart Home ViodiTV @ CES

Using Sense to Save Dollars and Cents

Sense provides a non-invasive, real-time method to measure electricity in the home. The real power isn’t in the Watts measured, but the signatures they create that allow them to identify things, such as when particular appliances turn on and off, and then infer information, such as how many hours per day a TV is on […]

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FTTX Smart Grid ViodiTV

The Energized and Lit City

Distributed energy production via renewables is what Deborah Acosta describes as the InDERnet and it will cause a huge disruption to the electrical distribution industry. Speaking at the Smart Gigabit Bay Area conference, Acosta, the Chief Innovation Officer for the City of San Leandro explains that the power of distributed energy is more than just renewable […]

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ViodiTV @ SES

Protected: Demand Response Research Roadmap

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ViodiTV @ SES

Nuances of Smart Energy Profile 2.0

Doug Houseman of EnerNex discusses Smart Energy Profile 2.0 and its role in the smart grid and smart home. [ViodiTV coverage of the Smart Energy Summit 2013 brought to you by Parks Associates.]

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ViodiTV @ SES

Protected: Driving Efficiency With a Price Insensitive Customer

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Protected: Sprinting Towards More Efficient Energy

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Smart Grid Smart Home ViodiTV @ SES

Big Data Central to Smart Energy

Big Data was a recurring theme of the ViodiTV interviews at the 2013 Smart Energy Summit.  It is becoming a given that there will be low-cost connectivity between devices both within the home between the home and the cloud(s). Big Data from smart energy results from the collection of information from sensors and exogenous sources […]

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Smart Grid ViodiTV @ Parks Associates

Getting the Word Out About Energy Efficiency

The dog days of summer are here and electric bills are skyrocketing for those in hot, humid climes. Helping people use their smart meters to save money during peak times is one of the challenges Sarah Bresko of PG&E discusses in this interview. She discusses their messaging campaign to get the word out and help […]

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Smart Grid Stories from the Heartland

A Cooperative Smart Grid Infrastructure

Cooperation among infrastructure providers, particularly in rural areas, offers a potential for improving efficiency and creating the opportunity for new revenue sources. In this interview, Ralph Dunn of McMinnville Electric System, describes the combination Wi-Fi and fiber network that is the underpinning of the nascent McMinnville Electric System Smart Grid. As Dunn suggests, this network promises […]

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Smart Home ViodiTV @ Parks Associates

The Cloud as the Secret Sauce to Home Automation

The ability to inexpensively connect any device within the home to the cloud is allowing companies to create direct, long-term relationships with their customers. Shane Dyer, CEO of Arrayent, explains how this interconnection combined with the resulting rich data is changing the way organizations work. Dyer points out that, “Systems beats products.” That is, a […]

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