New energy-focused microservices designed to help consumers to save money on electricity

Not everyone is going to want a pop-up notification at 2am about lower electricity rates, but for those that do, now there’s a tool that can help. Kyle Field writes an interesting article on the CleanTechnica website about a new energy-focused microservices designed to help consumers save money. It would be good to hear from … Continue reading New energy-focused microservices designed to help consumers to save money on electricity

The legal blessing to “demand response”

Will companies get paid for using less electricity? The US Supreme Court has certainly cleared a few of the legal and institutional hurdles, writes Chris Mooney recently in the Washington Post.   The Supreme Court just gave a great explanation of our baffling electricity system Environmental groups are cheering over the Supreme Court’s Monday ruling … Continue reading The legal blessing to “demand response”

Promoting demand response in Chicago

Karan Gupta, an EDF Climate Corps Fellow at Jones Lang Lasalle, the Chicago-based professional services and investment management company specialising in real estate, writes on The Energy Collective website about how they are using demand response to promote energy savings.   Demand Response at the Core of Energy Savings for Large Office Building in Chicago … Continue reading Promoting demand response in Chicago