Smart thermostats catch your attention, or at least Nest does. Microgrids interest you too.
That’s what we learned about you, EnergyEfficiencyMarkets.com readers, based on your visits to our site in the first six months of 2014
The most read article for the first half of this year was Google and Nest: What the $3.2 Billion Deal Says about Energy Efficiency Markets. Maybe it was the whopping price tag Google paid for the learning thermostat in January.
Next in line came not one, but three microgrid stories.
First and foremost, you wanted a clear definition of microgrid. (Us too.) So you made the 2nd most read article So What is a Microgrid, Exactly? This article was published in May as an excerpt from our Think Microgrid guide.
Our story about Eaton’s blackout tracker, 3,236 Reasons for Microgrids, took the spot as 3rd most read article – despite the fact that one reader complained he didn’t open the article because he couldn’t bear to wade through 3,236 points (Trust us, we would never do that to you.)
Next, Massachusetts grabbed your attention with its pursuit of both energy efficiency and microgrids. The 4th most read article was Massachusetts to Issue Energy Efficiency RFPs and Seek Microgrid and Grid Resiliency.
Not surprising, the Obama administration’s latest plan to cut carbon dioxide emissions took the number 5 spot: What the New Federal Carbon Dioxide Rule Means for Energy Efficiency
After that, the most read articles were:
10. How Do Utilities Make Money in an Age of Energy Efficiency? (Also the fastest trending now)
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