ON World released a new survey of over 1000 consumers in the U.S. that finds 25% would be interested in utilities controlling their energy use in some fashion, with over half of those interested in thermostats and about a quarter in energy management systems. The survey found that 29% of willing demand response respondents with household […]
Opower’s Richard Caperton lays out the case for demand response and the potential market opportunity in Texas. Read the blog post here.
Charles County Public Schools received nearly $290,000 in incentives from Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative’s (SMECO) Demand Response Program, coordinated through a contract with AEMA founding member Comverge. Read more here.
EnerNOC, a founding member of AEMA, announced this week the purchase of two companies–Entelios of Germany and Activation Energy, of Dublin, demand response companies that will expand EnerNOC’s offerings in Europe and the UK.
Greentech Media looks at the potential for distributed energy to provide 30% of our nation’s power supply by 2020. Read that article here.
Intelligent Utility breaks down this major investment by Google in a hardware company to see what this could mean for demand response. Read that story here.
The behavioral energy efficiency company, Opower, that has recently teamed up with Honeywell to provide demand response services, is filing their initial public offering, covered here by Utility Dive.
The Advanced Energy Management Alliance (AEMA), a DR advocacy group formed this week by the likes of Comverge, EnerNOC and Johnson Controls, will focus on bringing more end-users into the DR market, Bruce Campbell told us yesterday. He is director of regulatory affairs at Johnson Controls and secretary and treasurer of AEMA. Wal-Mart is a […]