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The Statesman cites a paper contributed to by PNNL ina study that indicates surfaces that throw out heat would reduce the energy it takes to cool things down. 10.3.18 

North American Clean Energy reports on VOLTTRON, an energy platform available in open source. 8.21.18 

Facilitiesnet quotes PNNL's Paul Erlich on an article about how the Internet of Things can help save energy when it's most expensive.  5.31.18

Facility Executive cites PNNL study that found U.S. commercial buildings could cut energy use by 29% on average by taking full advantage of controls technology, implementing a few basic energy-efficiency measures. 5.21.18

PC Magazine provides a guide to using BI apps with Edge computing, and interviews PNNL’s Johnathan Vee Cree and William Moeglein. 04.25.18 published a story on connected lighting test beds, designed and operated by PNNL to characterize the capabilities of market-available connected lighting systems. 11.27.17

Green Tech Media quoted PNNL’s Michael Mylrea in a story on how an increasingly transactional grid is forcing the DOE to shore up electricity network defenses with blockchain technology. 10.11.17

Daily Energy Insider and GreenTech Media covered an announcement that PNNL will lead five new projects in a DOE grid modernization initiative aimed at improving distribution resiliency systems. 09.14.17

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