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While many smart grid technologies use wireless networks, Power Tagging has developed a way to fingerprint energy on the grid using digital signal processing. At Green:Net last week, I interviewed John LoPorto, CEO of Power Tagging, which was one of our 10 Big Ideas winners.

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While many smart grid networking technologies use wireless networks, a startup called Power Tagging has developed a way to fingerprint energy on the grid using digital signal processing. It’s basically a set of algorithms that hug the power line and help utilities with applications like voltage reduction, electric vehicle management, mapping the grid, and demand side management. At Green:Net last week, I interviewed John LoPorto, CEO of Power Tagging, which was one of our 10 Big Ideas winners. Check out my video interview:

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