World’s largest utility joins Smart Energy Demand Coalition

November 18, 2010 at 4:33 pm

This week, eMeter and others announced the formation of the Smart Energy Demand Coalition at a press conference during the European Union’s Strategic Energy Technology Plan Conference in Brussels.

The world’s largest utility company, Electricite de France, has joined this coalition. Stéphanie Muller of EDF explained why this utility believes there’s a need for an industry coalition for smart energy demand that addresses energy efficiency, demand response, distributed renewable resources, and intelligent electric vehicle charging…

Full story: Why did the world’s largest utility join the Smart Energy Demand Coalition?

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Entry filed under: Brussels, Events, smart energy demand, Utilities.

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