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U.S. electricity regulator Jon Wellinghoff says a smart electrical grid could cut the need for new power plants. He’s got an app to prove it.
To reach a goal of getting 80 percent of its power from renewable sources by 2050, Germany plows subsidies into the smart grid.
Seeing Big Brother in the grid, some citizens are mounting opposition to wireless electricity meters.
As the social network grows, does its responsibility to use energy wisely also increase? Facebook’s energy czar, Bill Weihl, has the answers.
An arctic nation looks to large-scale computing for an economic boost.
Computing isn’t just getting cheaper. It’s becoming more energy efficient. That means a world populated by ubiquitous sensors and streams of nanodata.
The Internet giant thought it could help invent cheap renewable power. That wasn’t so easy.
A startup weaves meter readings and weather data into insights about buildings.
The energy problem is humanity’s greatest challenge. Here’s how information technology can provide some answers.
The race towards mobile payments stops at Mike Cook’s desk in Arkansas.