Smart Utility Bill Disaggregation by Steve Mann
Thanks to "smart" utility meters, we're entering a new era of remote utility monitoring and analysis, says Steve Mann in his column, "Smart Utility Bill Disaggregation." Smart meters give utilities and authorized third parties a way to monitor consumption on a much more detailed basis than once a month. Some can be read on a real-time basis; others less often, perhaps once an hour. Detailed utility monitoring and recording can benefit both consumers and utilities.
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Spotlights From Our Calendar
August 12 - 17
ACEEE Summer Study
Pacific Grove, CA
A diverse group of professionals from around the world will gather at the 17th biennial ACEEE conference on Energy Efficiency in Buildings with presentations and discussions relating to the theme, "Fueling Our Future with Efficiency." Register here.
September 25 - 27
EEBA Excellence in Building Conference & Expo
The Energy & Environmental Building Alliance looks forward to welcoming you to Scottsdale for the 30th Excellence in Building Conference & Expo, which will feature more than 55 educational sessions covering every facet of the building science industry. Register here.
September 27 - 30
2012 North American Passive House Conference
This conference will be presented in partnership with the Colorado chapter of the Passive House Alliance US. The call for conference presentation proposals is still open. Register here.
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