As inexpensive as lighting was, twenty years ago, we’ve since made it close to free. Too cheap to meter?
Demand response on appeal before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Why a residential demand rate developed 40 years ago is increasingly relevant today.
How much of a $100 billion market in electric vehicles can utilities capture – or afford not to?
Time-varying rates from the get-go – not just by opt-in.
Imagining a new construct – an independent system operator for the distribution network.
Useful analytics to improve program performance.
Nuclear fear and Germany’s headlong plunge into renewable energy.
Market forces and fickle policies have delayed the smart meter revolution.
A practical guide to explaining the value of the smart grid.