The CCET project in Lubbock, Texas, marks the first time Xtreme Power's PEAK Series system has used lithium ion batteries from Samsung SDI.
http://www.xtremepower.com. (Source: CCET, Xtreme Power, PR, 21 Oct., 2013) Contact: CCET, (512) 472-3800, http://www.electrictechnologycenter.com; Xtreme Power, (512) 268-8191, www.xtremepower.com
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Portland General Electric (PGE) and Eaton Electrical Service and Systems, an industrial manufacturer, developed the new $23 million project. The initial investment included $178 million in matching funds from the US DOE. There are 15 other such DOE funded smart grids around five states in the Pacific Northwest.
The power center's smart grid system allows PGE to store renewable energy, something that could not be done with previous technology. Software within the grid allows the electric utility to store energy when production costs are low and draw energy from the storage device when prices are higher.
The smart energy grid was developed as part of the Pacific Northwest Smart Grid Demonstration Project (PNW-SGDP). The project creates micro-grids to serve areas of several hundred homes and businesses.
(Source: Salem Smart Power Center, Various Other Sources, iTech Post, 22 June, 2013) Contact: EnerDel, Cave Roberts, CEO, (317) 703-1800, [email protected], www.EnerDel.com
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. The IP was developed in response to the challenges facing electric utilities, including the need to improve reliability, reduce costs, and integrate renewable energy. The portfolio coordinates large numbers of smart grid assets, including demand response, distributed generation, and distributed energy storage typically owned and controlled by customers.
PNNL's development of the technology was funded by DOE's Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability and the ARRA Act. The Patent Portfolio is based on a single, integrated smart grid model that utilizes an economic signal to automatically balance supply and demand at the lowest possible cost.
PNNL's technology has proven effective in real-world installations, such as the Pacific Northwest GridWise™ Demonstration Project, which PNNL led on Washington State's Olympic Peninsula from 2006 to 2007. A related version of the technology is also being used in the Battelle-led Pacific Northwest Smart Grid Demonstration Project, a large-scale project designed to help bring the nation's electric transmission system into the information age.
(Source: Calico Energy Services, 29 Jan., 2013) Contact: Calico Energy Services, Michael Miller, President & COO, (425) 440-0201, www.calicoenergy.com; PNNL, www.pnl.gov
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The report also pointed out NRECA's smart grid initiative among efforts supported by the DOE's Smart Grid Demonstration Program project.
NRECA's Enhanced Demand and Distribution Management Regional demonstration has focused on technologies that could benefit more than 700,000 members in a dozen states.
More than 230 electric co-ops participated in the study. (Source: FERC, ECT Coop, Jan. 8, 2013) Contact: FERC, (202) 502-8200, www.ferc.gov; ECT Coop, (703) 907-5500, [email protected], www.ect.coop
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The study focused on the differences between continents. For instance, in the US, smart grids are mainly used to make variable energy rates possible and to reduce peaks in electricity use. In Europe, the emphasis is on energy efficiency and reducing CO2 emissions, whereas in some parts of Asia the priority is on improving the reliability of the energy network. Smart grids are an important precondition to making the energy transition possible. Dutch network operators invest approximately €1.5 billion annually in the replacement and expansion of their grids. The Netbeheer Nederland report Networks for the future showed that between €20 and €70 billion extra must be invested before 2050 in order to adapt and 'smarten' the energy grids. It is imperative that these investments be practical. An earlier cost-benefit analysis showed that smart grids are profitable, due to consumer behavioral adaptation in response to variable energy rates as well as to cost savings in the construction of the energy grid.
Before the network operators can decide to make such sizeable investments, it is important that they first gain smaller-scale experience with the different aspects of a smart grid. To that end, the network operators started a number of test sites, where these aspects are tested for feasibility in practice. The experiences are shared among the network operators and with other stakeholders, with the aim of using this knowledge to make the right choices for the future. Now the results of the DNV KEMA study can be used for this purpose as well.
Netbeheer Nederland (the Association of Energy Network Operators in the Netherlands) is the branch organization for all electricity and gas network operators. (Source: DMV, Nov.6, 2012) Contact: DNV KEMA, www.dnvkema.com
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The initiative is a seven-year international collaborative research demonstrating the integration of distributed energy resources (DER) in large scale demonstration projects. In total 23 utilities are participating with a common goal of shared learning covering a wide breadth of technology, deployment, and program results. Case studies include:
During 2012, the highest three priority research topics under investigation are distribution management system (DMS) applications, DMS integration, and cybersecurity for field equipment. (Source: EPRI, Aug. 10, 2012) Contact: EPRI, IntelliGrid, www.smartgrid.epri.com
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The Project demonstration study will be conducted using an existing three-story, 7,000-square meter commercial building with an electric power load near 400 kilowatts (kW). A micro grid (to supply power from the demand side) will be installed in the building from power sources consisting of a 50kW photovoltaic (PV) power generation system, a 240kW gas-engine generator, 80kW fuel cells and a 90kW battery system. By controlling each of these power generation systems, the demonstration study will: perform demand and supply adjustment within the building based on requests from a commercial electric utility supplier; operate the power generation systems according to energy and heat demand within the building itself, and: compensate for power output fluctuations in the PV power generation system of the regional utility company.
U.S. Project participants side include Public Service Company of New Mexico, Sandia National Laboratories(SNL)and the University of New Mexico. In addition, Accenture and Itochu Corporation will respectively undertake Project data management and demonstration site management support.
(Source: NEDO, PR, 21 May, 2012)
LIPA and its partners, Stony Brook University and Farmingdale State College, received a Smart Grid Investment Grant from the DOE to fund the project. They are using this demonstration project to provide a comprehensive assessment of the benefits of smart grid technology. In addition to advanced metering, the utility is interested in solutions to automate and control distribution devices. Deployment of the Gridstream network and advanced meters is scheduled to be completed by June of 2012.
Gridstream RF technology uses a highly versatile and proven radio mesh network to communicate with meters, in-premise devices and distribution automation equipment. Gridstream devices use the Smart Energy Profile standard to enable communication with smart appliances and in-home units. This technology is currently being deployed to millions of residential and commercial sites across North America.
Based in Uniondale, NY, LIPA is a non-profit municipal electric provider that owns and operates the retail electric transmission and distribution system on Long Island and provides electric service to more than 1.1 million customers in Nassau and Suffolk counties and the Rockaway Peninsula in Queens. LIPA is the second largest municipal electric utility in the nation in terms of electric revenues, third largest in terms of customers served and the seventh largest in terms of electricity delivered. (Source: Landis+Gyr, April, 11, 2012) Contact: Richard Mora, CEO , Landis+Gyr, (678) 258-1500, www.landisgyr.com; LIPA, www.lipower.org
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The purpose of this project is to demonstrate load shifting by charging at night when demand is low, storing power produced from renewable sources in rechargeable batteries, and supplying such power back to the grid when factory facilities and offices face peak demand. MC, MMC and Mitsubishi Electric also expect that utilizing EV batteries and used rechargeable batteries, instead of expensive, dedicated batteries, will lower costs while promoting the environmental-benefits of renewable energy and EVs.
GCN's scope of work includes the installation and operation of a network of smart storage and generation units, known as GreenStations, in the New York City distribution grid that communicate directly with Con Edison.
The GreenStations include multiple PPS 100 kW grid-tied inverters and demand-response inverters, which will function as the interface between the electric grid and the lithium-ion battery system. (Source: Princeton Power Systems, April, 10, 2012)
Contact: Darren Hammel, Executive VP Business Development, Princeton Power Systems, (609) 955-5390, [email protected], www.princetonpower.com; Green CHarge Networks, Ron Prosser, President and CEO of (347) 384- 2600, www.GreenChargeNet.com
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NorthWestern Energy provides electricity and natural gas to 668,300 customers in 349 cities in the western two-thirds of Montana, eastern South Dakota and central Nebraska. NorthWestern manages approximately 30,500 miles of electrical transmission and distribution lines and 9,375 miles of natural gas transmission and distribution pipelines and storage facilities.
NorthWestern will use the FullMAX™ broadband wireless system to communicate with intelligent network devices including capacitor bank controllers, reclosers, voltage regulators and voltage sensors distributed along remote transmission and distribution electrical lines. Real time communications and control of intelligent grid devices increases electric power quality, reliability and efficiency. NorthWestern's initial FullMAX™ deployment will be located in Philipsburg, Montana and is part of the DOE's Pacific Northwest Smart Grid Demonstration Project coordinated by The Battelle Memorial Institute. (Source: NorthWestern, February 27, 2012)
Contact: NorthWestern Energy, Dan Rausch, Director, NorthWestern Energy, (605) 978-2902, [email protected], www.northwesternenergy.com
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Saft will be supplying energy-storage systems totaling close to 1 MWh, utilizing the Synerion 24M high-energy lithium-ion batteries. Installation is slated to begin in March.
Con Edison initiated the multi-year demonstration project in 2010 after receiving a U.S. Department of Energy award to identify, develop and test new technologies within the electric delivery system. (Source: Saft, February, 2012) Contact: Con Edison, Maria Robinson, Director, Business Development, (914) 993-2166, [email protected], www.conddev.com; Saft Batteries, www.saftbatteries.com
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Siemens (NYSE: SI) and TIBCO will provide a fully integrated and secure Smart Grid solution for Con Edison using standards-based software and technologies. Together with Siemens and TIBCO, Con Edison will be able to improve Smart Grid reliability and provide customers with greater visibility, flexibility and value; enhance control capabilities for existing Smart Grid assets and manage daily system peaks via demand response; and determine how to best apply developing technologies.
Implementation of the Smart Grid integration solution began in August 2011. The project is estimated to be completed in May 2013. (Source: Siemens, February 6, 2012)
Contact: , Siemens Smart Grid Division , United States., Thierry Godart, President, www.usa.siemens.com/smartgrid; TIBCO, Murat Sonmez, EVP, Global Field Operations, www.tibco.com; Consolidated Edison, www.coned.com
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MKE and its Korea Smart Grid Institute (KSGI) have been at the forefront of the Korea Smart Grid Roadmap, South Korea's plan to develop and implement a nationwide smart grid by 2030. The MKE and KSGI are currently leading more than 170 South Korean companies in the development and deployment of the Jeju Island Test Bed, a planned 6,000 household smart grid community demonstration project in South Korea, with investments totaling more than $240 million between 2009 and 2013. KSGI is also currently implementing a joint Korea-State of Illinois project to install energy-saving equipment in at least four Chicago buildings with investments of more than $35 million by companies such as LG Electronics and KT Corporation (formerly known as Korea Telecom).
The goal of the partnership between Korea and Hawaii is to develop a memorandum of understanding for a project in Hawaii similar to those mentioned above. Such a partnership would help both partners achieve the mutual goals of smart grid development and deployment, which ultimately improves energy efficiency and promotes economic growth.
The next step outlined in the letter of intent is for both parties to collaborate on a more defined memorandum of understanding by October 31, 2012, which will describe the project partners, scope, location and resource contributions.
This project is in addition to another smart grid demonstration project that is currently taking place on Maui, which was brought forward through an agreement with Japan-based New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) in November of 2011. (Source: Hawaii Gov. Abercrombie, February 4, 2012)
Hitachi will lead and coordinate the project, which is a joint undertaking by the U.S. and Japan and is based on the Japan-U.S. Clean Energy Technologies Action Plan.
Hitachi, Cyber Defense, and Mizhuo will work with the state of Hawaii, Hawaiian Electric Co. Inc., the University of Hawaii and the U.S. national laboratories on the project, which is scheduled to be complete by March 2014. (Source: Hitachi Ltd, November, 3, 2011)Contact: Hitachi, www.hitachi.com; James Shea, CEO, Cyber Defense Institute, (315) 443- 4895, [email protected], http://cyberdefenseinstitute.net/
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The Pacific Northwest Smart Grid Demonstration Project is a $178 million program funded by the U.S. DOE to test and measure new technologies, such as distributed automation (DA) and conservation voltage reduction (CVR), as well as analytical tools for the smart grid.
NorthWestern Energy will test DA and CVR, as well as energy savings associated with demand response and load control. The company will deploy Tendril Network's Tendril Connect. (Source: KEMA, November, 3, 2011)Contact: Dan Rausch, Director, NorthWestern Energy, (605) 978-2902, [email protected], www.northwesternenergy.com
;Hugo van Nispen, Managing Director,KEMA Americas, (781) 273-5700 (US OFFICE), www.kema.com
; Marie Bahl, Director of Marketing/Communications, Tendril Inc., (303) 468-4445, [email protected], www.tendrilinc.com
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KIUC will be deploying Landis+Gyr's Gridstream™ RF mesh network technology that provides an intelligent communication path with advanced meters, distribution devices and home area networking equipment. About half of the project is being ARRA funded. (Source: Landis&Gyr, October, 19, 2011) Contact: Dilney Bibao, Landis+Gyr, [email protected], www.landisgyr.com
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Synchronized phasor measurements (synchrophasors) provide real-time measurement of electrical quantities across a power system. Applications of synchrophasor measurements include system model validation, determining stability margins, maximizing stable system loading and system-wide disturbance recording. The MoU includes cooperative marketing, educational activities, and an open dialogue to further IEEE standards conformity in global markets.
ICAP is designed to be flexible and participant driven, while creating innovative programs that address industry requirements. In addition, ICAP is focused on bridging IEEE standard development with the conformity assessment activities that accelerate market acceptance and enablement of new products and technologies. (Source: IEEE, October, 5, 2011)
Contact: Peter Lefkin,Managing Director, IEEE Conformity Assessment Program, ICAP, (732) 562-3802, [email protected]
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Chevrolet and Pecan Street Inc. will team up to provide 100 Chevrolet Volts for lease or purchase to participating residents. This will mark one of the nation's highest residential concentrations of electric vehicles. To date, more than 130 residents within a one-square mile area have signed up to buy or lease a Volt.
Best Buy with Check-It, as well as Intel, Sony and Whirlpool will deploy home services systems that serve as the operating platform for consumer smart grid products and services. These systems can provide consumers with a range of home security, energy management, health care monitoring, home improvement, entertainment and labor-saving services.
Best Buy and Whirlpool will test smart appliances and provide guidance and research collaboration on integrating smart appliances into home services systems to provide enhanced consumer services. Best Buy will work with Whirlpool to install and provision the smart appliances.
SunEdison will lead the research team's work to develop home solar panel charging for the Chevrolet Volts. A number of the SunEdison-led home solar vehicle charging systems will also have in-home batteries, and all systems will integrate into Best Buy/Check-It, Intel, Sony and Whirlpool home services systems.
Landis+Gyr will leverage its smart grid network platform and will install several hundred E350 FOCUS AX smart meters with Smart Energy Profile for smart consumer product connectivity. These meters and the associated communication networking platform will make it possible for the Best Buy/Check-It, Intel, Sony and Whirlpool home services systems to integrate pricing and demand management information from utility distribution systems.
The project aims to demonstrate the reliability, efficiency, and cost benefits of a smarter grid to NRECA members. Participating cooperatives will deploy more than 250,000 pieces of equipment across 12 states, including communication infrastructure and SCADA. (Source: RuggedCom, September, 20, 2011)
Contact: Marzio Pozzuoli, President and CEO, RuggedCom, (905) 856-5288, www.ruggedcom.com; Glenn English, CEO, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, (703) 907-5746, www.nreca.org
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NorthWestern Energy will launch this summer with select customers in urban and rural parts of Montana, with Tendril's deployment focused in Helena. These volunteers will use the Tendril Energize consumer engagement application suite, which includes a web portal and mobile apps for the iPhone and Android, as well as in-home smart devices all built upon the Tendril Connect platform for real-time energy consumption information and usage control tools.
This deployment is part of the Pacific Northwest Smart Grid Demonstration Project, a $178 million program funded by the U.S. DOE to test new technologies and advanced analytical tools for the Smart Grid. NorthWestern Energy's portion will specifically test distribution automation and conservation voltage reduction (CVR), as well as energy savings associated with DR and load control. The project will also measure the impact of providing customers with new and innovative ways to control their energy consumption, and produce useful insight into customer acceptance and usage behavioral changes.
Leading industry providers Itron and Lockheed Martin are partnering with Tendril on the NorthWestern Energy Smart Grid project. Lockheed Martin's SEEsuite Smart Grid Command and Control™ platform will provide demand response management and integrated situational awareness, and Itron is supplying its CENTRON® R300 advanced residential meters and Tendril-sourced Home Area Network equipment of smart thermostats and in-home display products.
The Pacific Northwest Smart Grid Demonstration Project is a collaborative, five-year test of new technologies and advanced analytical tools that will demonstrate the potential for a safe, scalable and interoperable Smart Grid for regulated and non-regulated utilities. The collaborative involves the BPA, five technology partners, and 11northwestern utilities and more than 60,000 utility customers. The project is managed by Battelle. (Source: Tendril, August, 2, 2011)
Contact: Marie Bahl, Director of Marketing/Communications, Tendril Inc., (303) 468-4445, mbahl@tendrilinc, www.tendrilinc.com; Dan Rausch, Director,NorthWestern Energy, (605) 978-2902, [email protected], www.northwesternenergy.com
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GreenStation is offered in fixed and mobile configurations. The mobile unit is especially suited for businesses with extreme energy usage patterns such as ball parks or theaters. GreenStation Mobile is ideal for temporary, high-demand energy needs and EV charging at any location.
Green Charge Networks designed GreenStation with the technical support of Con Edison of New York under a smart grid demonstration project funded by the DOE.(Source: Green Charge Networks, Green Car Networks, July, 18, 2011)
Contact: Ron Prosser, President and CEO of Green Charge Networks, (347) 384- 2600,
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Intertek was selected as the exclusive testing and certification partner, providing conformance and interoperability testing and certification for OpenADR 2.0 compliant products. Intertek is a leading provider of quality and safety solutions serving a wide range of industries around the world. The company supports end-to-end Smart Grid testing, certification and consulting services for safety, compliance, and interoperability. Intertek's Smart Grid solutions cover power generation (fossil, nuclear and renewables), transmission and distribution, systems operations (ISO/RTO), field area networks, home area networks, smart meters, EVs, consumer appliances, commercial building technologies and more. (Source: OpenADR, July, 12, 2011)
Contact:Barry Haaser, Managing Director, (408) 833- 6241, OpenADR Alliance, [email protected], www.openadr.org; InterTek, (800) 967-5352, www.intertek.com; QualityLogis, (214) 231-0446, www.qualitylogic.com
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To meet the project goals, Avista is deploying an advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), smart grid communications, and distribution automation (DA) devices. Installation of Itron OpenWay® meters for Avista's 13,000 electric and 5,000 gas customers that are included as part of the project was completed in May. The meters will provide detailed energy usage data, outage detection and voltage monitoring. Additionally, Itron's meter data management solution will provide software analytics to optimize distribution system reliability and efficiency in the area.
The Project will also extend real-time communications to DA devices providing centralized monitoring and control, enabling Avista to take quick action to avoid or minimize power outages, as well as to determine which DA devices require maintenance or replacement. The DA portion of the Project encompasses 13 distribution feeders and includes 45 reclosers, 20 capacitor banks, and 800 transformers which will utilize the Tropos GridCom wireless broadband network for communications. (Source: Itron, June, 28, 2011) Contact: Philip Mezey, Itron President and COO, Energy, www.itron.com; Heather Cummins, Director , Avista's Smart Grid Projects, (800) 727-9170, www.avistautilities.com
The project will utilize Hitachi's power electronics and control systems to reduce voltage fluctuations on distribution lines where renewable energy is being connected, Hitachi explains in a statement released by the company.
The three-year project will begin this summer and will involve up to four sites in southwest England and South Wales. (Source: Hitachi, May, 2, 2011) Contact: Hitachi,www.hitachi.com
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ARPA-E, Duke Energy, and EPRI will identify opportunities to expand smart grid developments, grid-scale energy storage, power electronics, and energy efficient cooling technologies, among others. This new umbrella deal, which allows similar partnerships with other utilities, comes two months after ARPA-E announced six of its projects have secured more than $100 million in outside private capital investment.
Under the terms of the agreement, ARPA-E will facilitate the exchange of information between ARPA-E-supported projects, EPRI, and Duke Energy, which delivers energy to approximately 4 million U.S. customers in five states. Duke Energy could deploy and test ARPA-E technologies at various power plants or wind farms. The technologies may also be studied at the company's McAlpine substation, a test bed for renewable, grid storage and smart grid technologies, or at the company's Envision Center, a smart grid demonstration and testing facility in Erlanger, Ky.
EPRI will offer test-bed facilities at two of its research laboratories: a transmission and distribution research facility in Charlotte, N.C. and at its Knoxville, Tenn. laboratory, where testing is conducted on consumer electronics, lightings, smart grid components, heating and cooling systems, and electric vehicle infrastructure requirements. (Source: EPRI, April, 18, 2011) Contact: EPRI, Clay Perry, (202) 293-6184, [email protected], www.epri.com
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The Smart Energy Profile (SEP) 2.0 Test System, scheduled for availability to early adopters in Q2, benefits the entire Smart Energy ecosystem including device manufacturers, utilities, and system integrators. The system will include conformance test cases that exercise the full breadth of the SEP 2.0 Application Layer Specification, as well as synthetic simulation and actual simulations of real-world devices. The synthetic simulations will validate interoperability in the early stages of adoption, filling the gap until Smart Energy Profile 2.0 products come to market.
The Smart Energy Profile 2.0 Test System includes three test suites: SEP 2.0 Functional Test Suite, SEP 2.0 Comprehensive Engineering Test Suite, and SEP 2.0 Device Simulation Interoperability Test Suite. The initial release of the test will focus on SEP 2.0 over ZigBee, with support for other protocols including Wi-Fi and HomePlug as SEP 2.0 devices evolve. Last year, QualityLogic began development of a comprehensive set of conformance and interoperability tests to ensure proper operation of a unique Transactive Control System that will be deployed in the Pacific Northwest Smart Grid Demonstration Project www.pnwsmartgrid.org.
The SEP 2.0 Test System is one in a series of a series of conformance and interoperability tests QualityLogic is developing for devices connected to a smarter grid. (Source: QualityLogic Inc, March 22, 2011)
Contact: Dave Jollota, President & CEO, Quality Logic, (805) 531-9030, www.qualitylogic.com
The battery will be installed in a substation to store energy for use in 330 houses in the area. The project will test the environmental and economic benefits as well as the reliability of Exergonix batteries. (Source: Exergonix)
Contact: Brent Franzel, VP Business Dev., (816) 875-4790 , www.exergonix.com
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Deployed by Austin-based Incenergy LLC, the home smart grid systems achieved an installed cost per home of $341 ($241 for equipment plus $100 for installation). The systems are deployed in 100green-built homes, 11 of which have rooftop solar systems. This spring, Pecan Street Project will deploy Incenergy systems in a second group of 100 homes that are at least 10 years old.
Project researchers will use information gathered from these homes to structure next generation home smart grid systems. These systems, which selected companies will deploy in the project's second phase (beginning March 2012), will provide customers with the ability to remotely manage appliances and systems as well as electric vehicle charging and rooftop PV systems.
In the current first phase, data from participating homes is wirelessly reported to and securely maintained at the University of Texas's Advanced Computing Center. Project team members from Pecan Street Project, The University of Texas, Incenergy, Austin Energy, Texas Gas Service and Environmental Defense Fund have been conducting field trials of the systems since September 2010.
(Source: Pecan Street Project Inc, February 1,2011)
Contact: Brewster McCracken, Executive Director, Pelican Street Project Inc, (512) 782-9213, [email protected], www.pecanstreetproject.org
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