Up close and personal with Smart Grid appliances

July 29, 2009
A series of short videos show how appliances will talk to the technologies on the utility side of the Smart Grid.

A recent smart grid symposium hosted by GE at its Global Research Center focused on a flurry of new smart grid projects — and the breakthrough in energy savings that can be achieved with the GE’s “Net Zero Energy Home” by using smart technologies in tandem. A trio of short videos provide a smart grid technology tour covering what goes on at the utility and how smart appliances will take queues from the utility in a demand response mode to crank down their own energy use. View the videos here:

http://www.gereports.com/can-we-talk-see-how-ges-smart-grid-communicates/

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