Plug-in electric vehicles, which have captured the attention of the public and the media, will play an important role in the energy future of the United States. Widescale adoption of the vehicles offers the possibility of reducing fossil fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions while simultaneously delivering greater energy independence and improving the economics of the electricity industry.
BlueStar Energy’s IT platform was recently named one of the most outstanding IT accomplishments in North America in the InfoWorld 100 Awards, honouring companies in all fields for IT projects that exemplify intelligent, creative uses of technology to meet business and technical objectives.
Conference: Metering, Billing/CIS America 2007 Location: San Antonio, TX, USA Presenter: Ed Malemezian Abstract: Presented by Ed Malemezian at Metering, Billing/CIS America 2007
Revenue Protection, Tamper Detection, and automated Revenue Assurance applications have remained among the high value, yet elusive, benefits touted in Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) business cases. Utilities are finally reaping sizable benefits in these areas, with the latest crop of Revenue Protection applications now emerging in today’s AMI implementations.
This presentation will focus on how to derive substantial Revenue Protection benefits from the detailed data provided by AMI systems, coupled with consumer models, and then analyzed by Revenue Protection applications. The discussion includes a number of common sense checks to consider in maximizing the benefits through advanced analysis techniques. The good, the bad, and the ugly will be uncovered. Advanced applications are finally unlocking the Revenue Protection potential of AMI.
To be presented by:
Ed Malemezian, President Ed Malemezian Consulting, Inc. 8009 SW Yachtsmans Drive Stuart, FL 34997 Phone 772-286-9831 Fax 772-286-8954 Cell 561-758-6192 E-mail Ed@emalemezian.com Web www.emalemezian.com
[img:Chu.thumbnail.jpeg|Steven Chu, U.S. Energy Secretary]Washington, DC, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- November 18, 2010 - The U.S. Department of Energy has announced funding of more than $19 million for five projects aimed at optimizing the nation’s electric grid.
The DOE is working with industry, universities, national laboratories, and other groups to conduct research, development, and demonstration projects that lead to commercially available smart grid technologies. The project selections will demonstrate the technical and economic feasibility of smart grid technologies in three research areas: integrated modeling and analysis tools to automate distribution; advanced sensing, monitoring, and control technologies to enhance asset use and grid reliability; and voltage regulation for high penetration of renewable generation.
Interest in ESCO Europe 2014: where it will take place, when and who will be presenting… has been stronger this year than ever before. So, I am pleased to be sending you the first official announcement on ESCO Europe 2014 and answer a few of those questions for you.