January 2015 MTS Working Group Meetings: The most recent working group meeting was held the 7th of January in San Francisco. The discussion presentation slides are attached here. For more information on Working Group Meetings please visit our MTS WG Meetings webpage for updates. CPUC Public Workshop II: The California Public Utilities Commission held their second […]
Public Workshop II: DRP Tools and Technologies January 8, 2015 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM CPUC Auditorium Call in information: Conference Number: 866-778-0461 Participant Code: 3664376 WebEx Go to https://van.webex.com/van/j.php?MTID=m4ef673feda6325e723a8340c042d394b Meeting Number: 749 666 888 Meeting Password: @Resources1 Agenda
The next in-person More Than Smart Working Group Meeting will be in San Francisco on December 9th. If you would like to join the meeting through the conference call, please refer to the following: Conference Phone Line: 1-877-423-6338 Passcode: 32841 WebEx Info: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/239524037 Meeting materials are below: If you are planning to join or have additional […]
One of the big topics at the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) the last three years has been data. Beginning with a comprehensive privacy ruling in 2011, the CPUC (and in some cases the legislature) has addressed who should have access to data, who shouldn’t, customers’ rights with regard to the data generated by the […]
The More Than Smart Conference entitled “California’s Energy Network Grid: A Look to the Future” was held on October 15th with 100 of the top energy policy-makers and industry innovators to learn how California’s Network Grid is evolving and what it will mean for future efforts to implement California’s climate change, energy and grid reliability efforts. This was the […]
The More than Smart Initiative brings industry, non profit and government experts together to develop innovative policies to upgrade California’s distribution grid. In particular, in emphasizing the importance distributed energy resources like solar, energy efficiency, battery storage and demand response play in making the grid more flexible, transparent and efficient. The MTS effort acknowledges much […]
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.
GTLG co-founded Mission:data with a national coalition of technology companies and nonprofit organizations to promote policies that empower consumers with access to their own energy usage data. Billions of dollars in the United States have been spent on smart meters designed to enable energy savings in homes and businesses (where over 40 percent of our nation’s […]