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View Resource Locke, Chu Announce Significant Steps in Smart Grid Development

U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke and U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu today announced significant progress that will help expedite development of a nationwide "smart" electric power grid. A...
View Resource FAQ: What the Smart Grid Means to You

Yet again, the tech industry has a buzzword everyone seems to be using but few really understand. The smart grid follows the footsteps of the Internet and the interstate highway system--they are...
View Resource Smart Grid Solutions: An Energy Internet

If you were to visualize the current grid, you might look at it as a star, with energy and information flowing in one direction from the center?from utilities to end users. The smart grid of the f...
View Resource Electrohypersensitivity: Observations in the Human Skin of a Physical Impairment

An ever increasing number of studies have clearly shown various biological effects at the cellular level of electromagnetic fields, including powerfrequent and radiofrequent ones as well as...
View Resource Are You Hyper-Sensitive to Electricity?

The electricity we use in modern society is artificially generated at power stations. Leaving the station at high voltages, it is then progressively 'stepped down' by means of transformers to...
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