Friday, May 11, 2012

Cracking the Smart Energy Market

American homes are getting smarter, at least when it comes to using energy, a consumer research firm reports. By 2020, some 60 percent of homes in the United States will have some type of smart energy management system, according to estimates from the firm, Parks Associates. Still, adoption has been slower than some companies had hoped.

From the article, "Cracking the Smart Energy Market" by Jim Witkin.

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