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Honeywell to build Army microgrid (and more smart grid project news)

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Honeywell will build a microgrid for the U.S. Army at Fort Bragg, and Landis+Gyr will acquire GRIDiant Corporation. Those are only two examples of the big news stories readers will find in this week’s collection of smart grid wins.

The votes are in! Presenting your 14 Smart Grid Companies to Watch

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The polls are closed and the results are here for the Smart Grid Companies to Watch in 2014 competition. Click to meet the companies you selected as this year’s smart grid superstars. And a big thank you to all who participated.

It’s Day Two: Get the latest news from DistribuTECH

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There’s more news from day two of DistribuTECH. Read the latest from Sentient Energy, EnerNOC, GE Digital Energy and more. And check out the two prestigious utility industry awards won by Florida Power & Light.

Couldn’t make it this time? Read our dispatches from DistribuTECH

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DistribuTECH is in full swing at San Antonio’s Gonzalez Convention Center this week, so Smart Grid News will be reporting on news and announcements as they are released throughout the week. If you couldn’t attend this year, then our coverage may be the next best thing.

Smart Grid Companies to Watch: Time to vote for the final 14!

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We’re down to the top 25 semi-finalists in the Smart Grid Companies to Watch in 2014. Now it’s time for the final round and time to vote for the company you think has what it takes to be a smart grid superstar. The polls will be open until midnight Sunday Pacific time, February 2.

2014 Top 25 Flyer

If you're one of the 25 finalists for our 2014 Smart Grid Companies to Watch competition, we've created a flyer you are welcome to download to post on your website or at your DistribuTech booth, etc. to promote voting.

Part Four: The last 10 nominees for Smart Grid Companies to Watch in 2014!

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Here they are, the final nominations for Smart Grid Companies to Watch in 2014. Read the nominations, and don’t forget to use the quick poll to vote for the company you believe should be in the next round. Better hurry though. Voting for this round closes at midnight Sunday, January 26 (PST).

Part Three: Introducing 10 more nominees for Smart Grid Companies to Watch in 2014

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We’re into the third day of nominations for Smart Grid Companies to Watch in 2014. So click to read the nominations, and don’t forget to use the quick poll to vote for the company that strikes you as the best qualified candidate to make it into the next round.

Part Two: Meet 10 more nominees for Smart Grid Companies to Watch in 2014

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It’s Day Two of the nominations for Smart Grid Companies to Watch in 2014. And we have another interesting group, so click to read the nominations then vote for the company you believe is best qualified to make it into the next round.

Part One: Meet the first 10 companies for Smart Grid Companies to Watch in 2014

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It’s time to introduce the first 10 nominees for the Smart Grid Companies to Watch in 2014. Click to learn how it will work this year, and – most importantly – how to vote! And you will want to hurry: the polls close at midnight Sunday.

Last call! Nominate 2014 Companies to Watch now

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If you want to nominate a smart grid company you think should be on our radar this year, better hurry. Deadline for 2014 Companies to Watch entries is midnight tonight (Thursday, Jan. 16) - no exceptions. Click for details on how to submit your nomination.

Companies to Watch 2014: It's time to nominate this year's smart grid superstars

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Last year more than 12,000 votes were cast in our Companies to Watch finale. Can we top that this year? Let's find out! Today we're kicking off our fifth annual competition where savvy Smart Grid News readers nominate companies they believe will be 2014's smart grid superstars.

How smart technologies lower the cost of living in a city

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GRID20/20 President Alan Snook's company makes distribution transformer monitors - a perfect example of the low-cost, high-value sensors that are enabling cities to monitor and optimize their critical infrastructure. Read an excerpt from a recent interview with Snook for some interesting perspectives on smart cities and his company's role in that ecosystem.

Should you relocate your smart grid company to Atlanta? Or maybe...

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Where is the best place for smart grid startups? Atlanta says it’s becoming a smart grid tech hub; Ontario, Canada, is shooting for the world’s most advanced grid. And don’t overlook North Carolina or Silicon Valley. Read the story and feel free to weigh in with your thoughts.

Canadian startup puts a collection agency spin on stopping electricity theft

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Whether it involves individuals pulling a fast one on their local utility or sophisticated pot growing operations, catching culprits behind an estimated $202.2 billion in energy loss each year is a challenge. Now a Vancouver, B.C. startup is offering its technology that identifies power diversion and equipment failures as a service - with a payment option that may surprise you.

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