Chicago will need to embrace smart thermostats and electric heating to meet long-range carbon reduction goals, according to a recent report.
Rob Kelter, a senior attorney at the Environmental Law and Policy Center, says the partnership — a pooling of legal and advocacy resources — creates an opportunity for a greater impact.
Six startup companies were recently picked for a 12-week St. Louis-based energy incubator program put on by utility Ameren.
A Chicago nonprofit is launching a new service to help low-income customers better manage their energy use.
Augmented reality devices could help train and assist utility workers, but more study is needed around safety and performance issues.