The following entry is a guest post from Rajendra Singh, the D. Houser Banks Professor at the Holcombe Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Director Center for Silicon Nanoelectronics at Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following entry is a guest post from Ryan Devvin. He is a writer based in the UK, with a keen interest in being green on a budget. His main passion lies in maintaining an eco-friendly lifestyle in the home.
The Internet of Things is taking another step forward with home appliances communicating with Wi-Fi-enabled smartphones. From refrigerators to door locks, spectators witnessed the new technological advances at last week’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
Last week, several of our partners debuted new energy-efficient products at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The annual Consumer Electronics Association show is the place to introduce new products coming in the new year.
From the Netflix streaming device to the satellite TV box, set-top boxes are more widely used than ever. Their main purpose: to deliver rich images to our TV sets. For 2014, the set-top box industry and federal government has approved a revised version of the voluntary agreement on energy efficiency standards.
The Open Energy Initiative (OEI) is a new GTLG program focused on enabling all customers in California and across the United States the opportunity to use real-time energy data and actively engage in electricity markets to increase system energy efficiency and responsiveness in a cost-effective manner. OEI aligns industry leaders with policymakers to engage in […]
The Smart Electronics Initiative (SEI) is a unique collaborative of consumer electronic designers, manufacturers, and retailers working together with policymakers, academia and NGOs to promote the production and use of the most energy efficient consumer electronic devices in the world.
We’re working on a series of workshops called “More Than Smart” in collaboration with Governor Brown’s Office. Upcoming events include the 2014 More Than Smart workshop in February. Please see our Google calendar for other upcoming events. Many of our events and some of partners’ events are streamed online and free to the public.