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View Resource Imagine-Smartgrid City

This is a more flashy explanation, but still simple explanation of how Smartgrid works. It gives specific examples of how the sensors work and how the Smartgrid responds. This would be a great...

http://smartgridcity.xcelenergy.com/media/video/imagine-smar...
View Resource IBM Smarter Planet: Efficient Grid Models for a Smarter Planet

Jesse Berst is interviewed as part of this documentary built for IBM by Radical Media. Hear Jesse and others discuss the economic benefits of implementation of the Smart Grid.

http://www-01.ibm.com/software/success/cssdb.nsf/CS/KDME-86A...
View Resource Putting Renewables to Work: How Many Jobs Can the Clean Energy Industry Generate?

It is often assumed that environmental protection inevitably comes at a financial cost. However, an increasing number of studies are finding precisely the opposite is true in the case of renewable...

http://www.nrel.gov/analysis/seminar/pdfs/2004/ea_seminar_se...
View Resource A Comparison of the Environmental Consequences of Power from Biomass, Coal, and Natural Gas

This is a PowerPoint overview of lifecycle anaylsis of power generation by fossil fuels, biomass and hybrid systems. It has nice graphics, particularly one on what lifecycle analysis is. It...

http://cemendocino.ucanr.edu/files/17415.pdf
View Resource Smart Power Outlets

Electronics inventor John La Grou unveils an ingenious new technology that will smarten up electrical outlets using microprocessors and RFID tags. The invention, Safeplug, promises to prevent...

http://www.power-technology.com/videos/76877910001.html
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