Nest, C3 Energy, Sensus join Association for Demand Response and Smart Grid

Three more companies will be attending the upcoming National Town Meeting on Demand Response and Smart Grid as members according to an announcement today by the Association for Demand Response & Smart Grid (ADS). The new members are Nest, C3 Energy and Sensus.


ADS is a non-profit organization based in Washington, DC, that focuses on development and exchange of information among policymakers, utilities, technology companies and other stakeholders. It includes as members companies and organizations, as well as individuals who consider themselves demand response (DR) and smart grid professionals.

C3 Energy offers smart grid analytics SaaS solutions that enable utilities to realize the full promise of their investments in the smart grid. The C3 Energy Analytics platform is unique in its ability to integrate massive amounts of disparate data, apply multilayered analytics, and provide highly usable portals that generate actionable, real-time insights.

Nest “reinvents unloved but important” home products. The Nest Learning Thermostat programs itself to help electricity customers save energy, while the Nest Protect: Smoke + Carbon Monoxide alarm helps keep you safe. Nest products are sold in the U.S., U.K. and Canada, and are installed in more than 120 countries. Nest partners with energy providers to offer Nest Energy Services, helping them manage demand while helping customers save energy and maintain control of their comfort.

Sensus is a clean technology solutions company offering smart meters, communication systems, software and services for the electric, gas, and water industries. Sensus technology helps utilities drive operational efficiency and customer engagement with applications that include advanced meter reading, data acquisition, demand response, distribution automation, home area networking and outdoor lighting control.

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