Oct 28 2015

I told our kids; I just saved X amount of dollars this month compared to last month. And MyMeter is awesome. I check it every day....

Pardon Tracy Tollefson for being a little flustered when she opened up her family’s electric statement back in August. “I was quite surprised,” the Red River Valley Co-op Power member recalled at the high amount of usage her house used in July. “With a family of seven, we have to watch our money.”

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Oct 01 2015

Accelerated Innovations Utility Partners Now Available via WeatherBug App

Working with launch partners Honeywell, Nest, Samsung SmartThings, and Accelerated Innovations, WeatherBug serves as smart home ‘mobile hub’ for consumers to monitor, control and optimize energy usage – delivering on the promise of IoT

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Sep 14 2015

Accelerated Innovations Among Partners at White House Event to Kick Off National Smart Cities Initiative

The public-private partnership initiative Envision America is issuing a challenge and providing resources to America's cities to deploy innovative technologies and mobilize community actions to tackle energy, water, waste and air challenges. As a key sponsor, Accelerated Innovations is collaborating with smart city leaders to leverage the Envision America web and mobile app, a community engagement platform to facilitate, measure and gamify large-scale sustainability action campaigns.

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Sep 14 2015

Accelerated Innovations Among Partners at White House Event to Kick Off National Smart Cities Initiative

The public-private partnership initiative Envision America is issuing a challenge and providing resources to America's cities to deploy innovative technologies and mobilize community actions to tackle energy, water, waste and air challenges.

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Sep 14 2015

FACT SHEET: Administration Announces New “Smart Cities” Initiative to Help Communities Tackle Local Challenges and Improve City Services

Accelerated Innovations is Part of National initiative: Today, the Administration is announcing a new “Smart Cities” Initiative that will invest over $160 million in federal research and leverage more than 25 new technology collaborations to help local communities tackle key challenges such as reducing traffic congestion, fighting crime, fostering economic growth, managing the effects of a changing climate, and improving the delivery of city services. The new initiative is part of this Administration’s overall commitment to target federal resources to meet local needs and support community-led solutions.

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