Smart grid spending continues with Siemens' acquisition of Site Controls: More to come?

Smart-grid companies are being snapped up left and right, with Constellation Energy's acquisition of CPower (see the September 22, 2010 LRPJ), Cisco's acquisition of wireless sensor manufacturer ArchRock (see the September 8, 2010 LRPJ), and Honeywell's acquisition of Akuacom (see the June 2, 2010 L...

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