Siemens Becomes Sponsor Member of OpenADR Alliance

Siemens Becomes Sponsor Member of OpenADR Alliance

Siemens has become a sponsor member of the OpenADR Alliance. As such, Siemens joins the board of directors comprised of Southern California Edison, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E), AutoGrid, EnerNOC and Honeywell. The Alliance has more than 100 members. Siemens says OpenADR … Read more…

Korean Research Group Teams with Berkeley Lab on Smart Grid R&D

Korean Research Group Teams with Berkeley Lab on Smart Grid R&D

The Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute (KERI) and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on research on smart grids, demand response and other joint energy-related R&D, including energy efficiency and interoperability standards development. The MOU also mentions OpenADR, the open automated … Read more…

Commercial Building Owners Flock to Demand Response, Says Pike

Commercial Building Owners Flock to Demand Response, Says Pike

    Building owners are becoming more interested in demand response (DR) programs, according to a new report from Pike Research. The number of commercial facilities participating in DR programs worldwide will rise from about 564,000 in 2012 to more than 1.4 million sites by … Read more…

Berkeley Labs Advances Open ADR

Berkeley Labs Advances Open ADR

In 2002, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory introduced its non-proprietary Open Automated Demand Response (OpenADR) – the standard for open automation of building electricity demand response and price communications. According to Berkeley Lab, although OpenADR 1.0 was developed for US markets, it is now becoming an … Read more…

Army Tests Electric Vehicles as Storage Devices for Emergency Power

Army Tests Electric Vehicles as Storage Devices for Emergency Power

Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) is a member of a team that was recently awarded a $7 million contract from the US Army Corps of Engineers to demonstrate integration of electric vehicles, generators and solar arrays to supply emergency power for Fort Carson, Colo.

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