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Loading... 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..."

Monday, September 19, 2011

Duke Energy/China World Smart Grid - November 8-11, 2011 Beijing, China


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

page 20 of 29

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.

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