6 articles to be thankful for this holiday
- Nov 22, 2016 4:41 pm GMT
Around the Thanksgiving table, we're all supposed to list the things, stuff and people we are thankful for. This year, I'm going to add an editor's note to that tradition---namely what articles from the Energy Central communities made my list.
Customer Care community expert (and director of energy strategy of KSV) Ashley Nicholls walks us through the demographic shift from baby boomer customers to millennial customers and the differences utilities need to take into account when dealing with this new mega group of consumers.
Amit Rosner, CEO and co-founder of Yeloha, dissects what happened to his promising solar sharing network, reflecting on their early days, the concept of a democratized smart grid and just what went wrong in the end.
Liz Delaney, program director of the EDF Climate Corps, takes a good look at the past, present and future of energy management strategies, including energy efficiency.
Consultant and community expert Paul Budde traces how analytics is evolving the industry and the world.
ABB communications manager Bob Fesmire unpacks the definition and applications of microgrids, along with new thinking about the concept.
Doug Houseman, VP of EnerNex, is always our "go-to" guy for the best insights into distribution: how it does run, how it should run, how it could be done more efficiently. Here, he imagines a new model.
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