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EMR Aware newsletter March-April 2016

As usual, the latest ‘EMR Aware‘ newsletter is jam-packed with information on all ElectroMagnetic Radiation issues.  In the March-April 2016 issue you will find information on: 43 more words

Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS)

GE Digital Energy field tests mobile damage app

By Karen Haywood Queen/Published Sept. 08, 2015/Smart Grid Today


Makes predictions based on partial outage data

Helps manage, maximize benefit from foreign crews… 1,274 more words

Sample Articles

Silver Spring transfers grid expertise to cities

By Karen Haywood Queen

Published Oct. 5, 2015/Smart Grid Today

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Many start with smart streetlights, build onto network

With two-way communication, cost savings and improved reliability, smart LED street lighting systems are helping create smart cities – using technology similar to what is being used to build the smart grid, Sean Tippett, director of smart cities at Silver Spring Networks, told us last week in an exclusive interview. 948 more words

Smart Grid

Changing regulatory model could offer big benefits

By Karen Haywood Queen

Published Sept. 17, 2015/Smart Grid Today

EXCLUSIVE Revamping the current US utility regulatory model to create a network of distribution system operators (DSOs) to control the grid would open the market for solar PV, energy storage, energy efficiency programs, EVs and DR, Michael Rutkowski, managing director within Navigant’s energy practice in the firm’s Chicago office, told us recently in an exclusive interview. 868 more words

Smart Grid

Stop Smart Meters Australia is having an impact!

In a recent post on Stop Smart Meters Tasmania, Tasmania’s Don Maisch writes about a presentation he attended at the University of Tasmania about smart grids and how grid implementation varies from place to place.   201 more words

Smart Meter

Wellinghoff Urges Creation of Distribution ISOs

Published March 17, 2015 in Smart Grid Today. By Karen Haywood Queen
IOUs would own grid, maintain it but not run it


In retail markets, grid ownership and operation should be separated to allow competitive energy sales, Jon Wellinghoff, former chairman of FERC, told us recently in an exclusive interview. 874 more words

Smart Grid

The Fix: Critical Insights on US Grid Cybersecurity

Published as a series January through May 2015 and then as a special report for sale by Smart Grid Today.

By Karen Haywood Queen

Security risks, including and maybe especially cybersecurity vulnerabilities, abound inside utilities in the US. 463 more words

Smart Grid