There are significant challenges facing the smart home market, and perhaps the most visible is being caused and perpetuated by market fragmentation, says Thomas Rockmann, VP of Connected Home, Deutsche Telekom AG.
EpiSensor‘s Internet of Things (IoT) platform has been used by the UK Government’s Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) to inform Government policy. It is an example of IoT technology is influencing Government policy at the highest levels.
Moixa Technology, has partnered with Internet of Things (IoT) specialist 1248 to deploy innovative MASLOW energy storage systems across 300 UK homes and offices in London, East Anglia and South West along with student accommodation at Brunel University. The patented MASLOW technology stores energy from solar panels during the day and low-tariff electricity supplies in the night to reduce [...]
The UK’s Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has selected preferred bidders for six new government contracts aimed at switching most UK households to smart metering by 2020. The total cost of the programme is forecast to be £12.1 billion (€14.1 billion).
London, UK — In a written statement today, UK Energy Secretary Ed Davey said that the Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) has set a new date of autumn 2015 for nationwide smart energy meter installation. The start date had previously been summer 2014.
(BLOG:) The latest tracking survey from the UK Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) shows that steep energy prices continue to be consumers’ priority concern.
It is an exciting time to be involved in smart grid, says Amy Cooke, Strategic Business Development Director at Cable&Wireless Worldwide. At the time of writing, there are a number of positive stories on the subject:
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