Demand management company will work in Consert with Toshiba’s HEM offering

Recently, Toshiba announced its acquisition of Consert, a U.S.-based startup offering a demand response solution for homes and small commercial buildings (see the March 12, 2012 LREBJ). The company’s system includes a smart meter, various load control switches, and a wireless gateway. While the comp...

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