Future energy trends: getting smarter about devices as the energy marketplace shifts into its next gear
One of my Resideo colleagues said it best: the electrical grid is the largest and most complex machine ever created by man. It’s needed to adapt to meet an array of ever-changing consumer preferences all throughout the last century. For example, in the 1950s and 1960s, the rise of consumer appliances and air conditioning was possible due to the introduction of interconnected power grids and, later, nuclear power. As the number of air conditioning units continued to increase, electric utilities had to build out and evolve their infrastructure to handle the load.
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