Environment
9:45 am
Tue April 20, 2010

NC Voices: Tomorrow's Energy -- Smart Grid

Consert CEO Jack Roberts
Credit Jack Roberts
Leoneda Inge has the story of one smart grid pilot project in Fayetteville.

New businesses to help save the planet are popping up everyday.  As a result, your ability to do environmental good may be closer to your finger tips than you think.  Already, there are pockets of households and businesses in North Carolina that are able to control their heaters and air conditioners online or from their smart phones.  They're living on a Smart Grid - that's becoming smarter and smarter every day.

As part of our series North Carolina Voices: Tomorrow's Energy, reporter Leoneda Inge has the story of one smart grid pilot project in Fayetteville.