To optimize smart meter customer benefits, mobility will be critical. For example, to communicate with customers regarding real-time pricing then to provide them with the ability to respond by interacting with appliances and other behind-the-meter devices, there will need to be “an app for that.” Leveraging tablets and smart phone technology has an essential role in

I recently had the opportunity to interview the Chairman of the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission, Robert F. Powelson, regarding his views on smart meter opt-outs and other issues affecting Pennsylvania’s energy future. Because I live and practice in Pennsylvania, I may be biased but I think Smart Grid Legal News readers will agree it is

According to SDG&E, customer choice is a critical driver of its smart grid deployment plan. Many of SDG&E customers are adopting rooftop solar and PEVs at rates that are among the highest in the nation. These customers are seeking real-time information about their energy use and rates so that they can make informed decisions. With smart