Featured from Intelligent Utility Magazine
I hate the term prosumer for one reason: I don’t want to be one. I don’t want to be forced into managing both the things I have to and all the tangential life things, too. Rather than being a prosumer, I want to be an endsumer (just left out of everything but the end result, thanks). But, I am not the norm, it seems. The blending of professional/productive/proactive with consumer—someone who is
When I started in this business in the early aughts—an old term for the first few years of a century that is, noticeably, a linguistic error but still better than many alternatives—deregulation was everywhere. It was a buzzword, the lead concept. Heck, “smart grid” wasn’t even a gleam in anyone’s eye yet. Wasn’t a single person talking about that. Nope. It was all dereg. Dereg was going to change
Many utilities that Connecticut residents rely on for electricity, natural gas and water have been compromised or penetrated by cyberattacks, according to a report released Monday outlining steps to further protect the state.