"demand response" articles

International research firm Parks Associates announced executives from Austin Energy and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) will keynote the Smart Energy Summit: Engaging the Consumer . The two keynotes provide unique perspectives from business and governmental sides of the residential energy management (REM) industry, offering expert insight on successful deployment strategies and the impact of U.S. funding for smart grid projects. Recently, the Department...
U.S. Department of Commerce, Austin Energy to keynote conference -- International research firm Parks Associates announced the preliminary agenda and current speakers, sponsors, and advisory board for the Smart Energy Summit: Engaging the Consumer . This conference, hosted in cooperation with Austin Energy on January 25-27 at the Hyatt Regency in Austin, Tex., focuses on opportunities in residential energy management and the challenges of bringing Smart Grid technologies to U.S....
Parks Associates to host Residential Energy Management event in Austin International research firm Parks Associates announced plans to host the inaugural Smart Energy Summit: Engaging the Consumer , in cooperation with Austin Energy, on January 25-27, 2010. The event will feature expert speakers and analysts discussing the latest developments in residential energy management (REM) and the successful strategies capable of engaging consumers in new programs for energy...
From most news sources this week we hear progress, or lack thereof, of our government’s work on a comprehensive health plan. The most credible voices of opposition hammer on the notion that loss of choice and control will reduce the ability for consumers to reduce the costs of their care. Apply that same thinking to energy consumption. Today I have the choice, on a balmy Texas-in-July afternoon, to reduce my energy consumption by changing the thermostat. But aside from choosing to be...
 
by Stuart Sikes | Jul. 30, 2009
Tags: demand response, smart grid
Report profiles key players in Residential Energy Management, analyzes new opportunities for companies in the Smart Grid value chain-- With over eight million smart meters already deployed in the U.S., the market for residential energy management (REM) has taken the first significant steps in deploying Smart Grid technologies and advanced meter infrastructure (AMI) on a broad scale. The recently completed report, Residential Energy Management: Company, Alliance & Technology...
During difficult times, the true optimists find the silver lining and recall that great opportunities are borne out of change. There are great opportunities in technologies for residential energy management now rising from the ashes of the global economic meltdown. Parks Associates has been tracking home automation including energy management solutions since the late 80’s. Many solutions have come and gone, lacking sufficient support for mass adoption. If your average monthly energy...
 
by Stuart Sikes | Apr. 6, 2009
Tags: demand response, smart home
Houston's CenterPoint Energy and GE team up to produce the Advanced Metering System (AMS) enabling consumers to track and manage electric usage and costs. Utilizing GE Digital Energy's MDS Mercury 3650 radios, AMS will translate electric utility meter info from homes/businesses to the CenterPoint's data center. With this real time technology, consumers will be able access energy usage/prices and remotely control appliances via the Internet. For March, CenterPoint began installing...

Prev Page of 5

PA_Staff_Quotes_Steve_v1_600x60.jpg

PA_Staff_Quotes_Steve_v1_600x60.jpg

PA_Staff_Quotes_Steve_v2_600x60.jpg

PA_Staff_Quotes_Steve_v2_600x60.jpg