How Analytics Can Solve Expensive Energy Problems

The panel explores the question, “What is the most expensive problem that big data can solve in the energy world?” Con Edison’s Michael Harrington and Efficiency 2.0’s Mark Smith expound on how data allows utilities to better plan capital investments, while Johnson Controls’ Domenic Armano provides a building perspective. Clip from “Power in Numbers: Capitalizing […]

Cleantech in the Cloud

The panel discusses how cloud-based systems are changing the landscape for utilities and private companies working in energy efficiency. Clip from “Power in Numbers: Capitalizing on the Data of Cleantech,” from March 22, 2012.

Michael Harrington: Con Edison’s Approach to Data

Michael Harrington, Manager of Targeted Demand Side Management at ConEd, explains how Con Edison handles the mountain of data it receives as it pushes grid automation and grid optimization. Clip from “Power in Numbers: Capitalizing on the Data of Cleantech,” from March 22, 2012.

Domenic Armano: How Companies are Learning to Utilize Data

Domenic Armano from Johnson Controls discusses how cleantech companies are still in the early stages of data utilization and when those processes will become automated. Clip from “Power in Numbers: Capitalizing on the Data of Cleantech,” from March 22, 2012.

Data Ownership: Capitalizing on Whose Data?

The panel discusses how private companies and utilities can each capitalize on energy analytics and debates who ultimately owns the data. Clip from “Power in Numbers: Capitalizing on the Data of Cleantech,” from March 22, 2012.

Rick Thompson: Intro to the Smart Grid

Greentech Media’s Rick Thompson explains how the infrastructure of the smart grid builds up to energy analytics and data applications in his introduction to “Power in Numbers: Capitalizing on the Data of Cleantech,” on March 22, 2012.

Conserving Water – Is Information the Answer?

http://vimeo.com/31168054 The group debates the if water can have its own “Smart Grid”. Clip from “The Energy-Water Nexus” on September 22, 2011.

Sheeraz Hajii: What’s Going on in Our Water? Finding a Better Evaluation

Sheeraz Hajii from the Cleantech Group discusses the opportunities for analytics in the energy-water space. Clip from “The Energy-Water Nexus” on September 22, 2011.

John Shipman: Great Expectations – How will Utilities Handle Outages in an EV World?”

John Shipman from Con Edison discusses the role of the utility in EV infrastructure. Clip from “EVs in NYC” on November 30, 2011.

John Shipman: Can NYC’s Grid Handle the EV Load?

The panel discusses the challenges electric vehicles pose to New York City’s infrastructure and grid. Clip from “EVs in NYC” on November 30, 2011.

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