Tag: smart grid
I recently worked with the teams at OSIsoft and Sustainable Industries to publish a case study looking at the UC San Diego’s microgrid. Today, the campus produces 92% of its own energy. It’s striving to go further with a combination of new clean energy resources, additional on-site generation and storage, and innovative demand-reduction strategies.
Recently, I’ve had more opportunities to write for Earth2Tech, and I’ve been covering some of the big IT companies’ role in smart grid. This morning, Cisco announced its smart-grid strategy, and I have a writeup about the plan over at E2T. Check it out here. While I’ve (mostly) focused on what the Cisco plan means […]
Environmental innovations require smart technology, and therein lie opportunities for companies that can collect and sort the data. Read the full article