Recently I participated in Metering America conference in San Diego, CA. After a week passed and I had my chance to think it out, I’d like to share with you what new trend is visible.

All the events that I took part in last 2 years...
I talked to hundred of Demand Response specialists at a lot of conferences this year around the world and it seems pretty interesting to see how the Demand Response market is changing.

We started with something like “Demand Respons...
It is extremely sad that we have topics like that. But we have to move on and think about the results and conclusions we could make after what happened in Japan.

Japanese Nuclear Commission in 2003 has published a document in which they ...
Demand Response became a buzzword maybe year ago. Spending some time trying to understand, what market players mean by it, I cleared out that despite the fact, that everyone is using it with the same idea in mind (effective energy management), th...
Successful Demand Response program deployment doesn’t make anybody to deploy wires at home. It doesn’t rely on sophisticated and costly hardware. It is flexible – you can manage it online if it bothers you too much. It is easy t...
Something is going to change dramatically, with open market of Demand Response providers opening. Now they can not only propose services of load shedding, but they have to compete with each other, proposing best service quality, better timing and...
EPRI (ElectricPowerResearchInstitute) recently published a press release, stating that modern Portable Electronic Devices (PEDs) like iPad® (toghther with others based on Android®, the Palm Pre®, the Zune HD® and other platforms) ...
One of my friends a student of American university has received a letter, describing new policies of energy usage. The letter stated the new rules of lighting, some limitations and recommendations for students on using electricity. It was clear f...