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http://xrl.us/bij3ti A new report from Pike Research forecasts that 276 million smart grid communications nodes will be shipped worldwide from 2010 to 2016, with annual shipments increasing dramatically from 15 million in 2009 to 55 million by 2016... this will represent a total industry investment of $20.3 billion during the seven-year forecast period, with annual revenues increasing from $1.8 billion in 2009 to $3.1 billion by 2016..."

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Ambient Corp Smart Grid Communication Node - the Brain of Duke Energy's Smart Grid !!!


John J. Joyce, President and CEO of Ambient Corporation, commented, "We are excited to see the first large-scale deployment of Ambient Smart Grid communications technologies and equipment continue to expand and perform as designed to the mutual benefit of Ambient and Duke Energy. We have now delivered approximately 60,000 communications nodes through the second quarter as part of the Ohio Smart Grid implementation."

See pages 19, 20,21 Ambient Corp Smart Grid Communication Node - heart of Duke Energy Smart Grid

DUKE ENERGY Smart Grid for Mexico

http://www.iea.org/Platform/workshops/Mexico/4_Patterson.pdf


These smart meters send metering data from the meter back to the Ambient Communications Node via Power Line Carrier (PLC) technology. These smart meters have internal disconnect/reconnect capabilities.

Friday, August 19, 2011

The Who's Who of Smart Grid, Including 60 Utility Speakers, to Gather at GridWeek 9, 12-15, 2011


Published: Friday, Aug. 19, 2011 - 7:41 am
/PRNewswire/ -- Exactly who is the who's who of the Smart Grid? Those attending the fifth annual GridWeekconference in Washington, D.C. Utilities, regulators, policymakers, advocates and technology leaders from the U.S. and abroad will fill the halls of the Walter E. Washington Convention Center from Sept. 12-15 to chart the way forward for the Smart Grid.
With a focused effort placed on bringing utilities into these discussions, an advisory board of 14 stakeholder organizations secured 60 utility speakers for GridWeek -- representing one-third of the200+ speakers.
Sharing hands-on knowledge from global Smart Grid deployments, utility speakers will share what they've learned, challenges ahead, and next-step requirements in more than 40 unique sessions comprising GridWeek's agenda.
The Who's Who: In addition to utility speakers, GridWeek is bringing together the Smart Grid elite:
  • Regulators and consumer advocates: With representation from NARUC and FERC, as well as a variety of advocacy organizations, GridWeek is bringing consumer and regulatory topics to the forefront.
  • Analysts: With eight major analyst partnersGridWeek attendees can expect fresh research and perspectives.
  • International delegates: From senior vice presidents of utilities in Europe, to the highest energy officials and utility chief executives in India, GridWeek is gathering dozens of international delegates to deliver a broad global perspective.
"EEI has been proudly participating in GridWeek since its inception, and every year without fail I know we walk away from the week with unique insights and actionable approaches toward our crucial role in the grid's continuing evolution," said Chris Eisenbrey, Director, Business Information Group, Edison Electric Institute. "This year, GridWeek will again challenge attendees to think and learn more about how electric utilities are planning to transform the way the world thinks about energy, as well as how our industry is organizing itself to take advantage of this cross-cutting and disruptive movement."
For more information, visit: http://gridweek.com/2011/#about.
Clasma Events, Inc. specializes in strategic conferences at the center of the worldwide energy discussion. Focusing on Smart Grid, connectivity, and the new energy economy, Clasma's major events include ConnectivityWeek, GridWeek, and Grid-Interop.
Clasma, GridWeek, ConnectivityWeek, and Grid-Interop are trademarks or registered trademarks of Clasma International Corporation. Other product or service names mentioned herein are the trademarks of their respective owners.
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2nd World Smart Grid CHINA FOCUS 2011-- Beijing, China Nov. 8-11, 2011



SEE DUKE ENERGY !!!

David W. Mohler, Senior Vice President & Chief Technology Officer, DUKE Energy-Smart Grid Deployments in the United States Experience and Strategy from a Large Utility

November 8-11, 2011
Beijing, China


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Think of the Communications Node as an iPhone for the modern grid. It is a device with enough storage and processing power to enable an ecosystem of data applications that exist today and will exist tomorrow.


John J. Joyce, President and CEO of Ambient Corporation, commented, "We are excited to see the first large-scale deployment of Ambient Smart Grid communications technologies and equipment continue to expand and perform as designed to the mutual benefit of Ambient and Duke Energy. We have now delivered approximately 60,000 communications nodes through the second quarter as part of the Ohio Smart Grid implementation."

See pages 19, 20,21 Ambient Corp Smart Grid Communication Node - heart of Duke Energy Smart Grid

DUKE ENERGY Smart Grid for Mexico



These smart meters send metering data from the meter back to the Ambient Communications Node via Power Line Carrier (PLC) technology. These smart meters have internal disconnect/reconnect capabilities.

These communication boxes send metering data (gas & electric) back to our systems.

Monday, August 8, 2011

Duke Energy Research: Enabling a More Intelligent Grid- Duke Energy publishes white paper outlining the company's innovative approach to building a smart grid communications architecture

CHARLOTTE, N.C., Aug. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Duke Energy (NYSE:DUK - News) today released a new white paper, Developing the Communications Platform to Enable a More Intelligent Grid, which outlines an innovative approach for modernizing our electricity grid. (see Page 6 and 7)



David Masters, Duke Energy manager of technology development and white paper author, outlines his vision to provide affordable, reliable and clean energy for homes and businesses by using a digital communications network to modernize our century-old delivery system.
Masters, along with Duke Energy chief technology officer David Mohler, will hold a webinar on Wednesday, August 10, starting at 11:30 a.m. ET to discuss the research.
"A digital power grid enabled by an open communications network will allow us to meet our nation's continually growing energy needs in a sustainable way," said Masters. "What's more, this system would allow us to integrate technologies that have already proven effective in other industries in a way that is both flexible and scalable. Utilizing this technology in our grid could significantly improve energy efficiency, reliability and affordability."
To access full text of the white paper, please click here.