The GE Ecoimagination Challenge was a challenge sponsored by General Electric that asked people to submit their ideas for an innovative, original “smart grid” technology. Ideas were evaluated for potential commercial value and innovation.
There are 3 different categories for the challenge:
People are asked to create a technology or process that “will maximize the penetration of renewables into the grid.”
People are asked to send ideas, technologies and process that would increase the efficiency of the grid, such as reducing the voltage, lower delivery losses and monitor demand.
People are asked to send in consumer-oriented technologies that will help home-owners become more involved in managing their energy use.
Ecoimagination challenge looks for new developments and fresh approaches from entrepreneurs, startups, and major players—from sustainable products already on the market to newly designed technology solutions.One idea: Rentricity— invented by Zammataro who is President and Co-Founder of this New York City energy company and he discovered a new way to tap into the excess pressure in water-treatment plants, reservoirs, and factories to help power our water infrastructure, which consumes four percent of America’s electricity.
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