information management


Mining the Climate Data

December 24, 2014 by Jim Baird

Climate Information and Analysis

It is confounding to understand how otherwise highly technically literate individuals can be collectively blind to the climate record. The bonanza that can be derived from mining that record is the most significant and beneficial legacy we can leave our children.[read more]

Your Tax Dollars Hard at Work: EIA's New Data Portals

April 30, 2014 by Maximilian Auffhammer

EIA Data Portals

We empirical economists get very excited about finding or generating new data sets. There are big returns to splicing together different data sources to answer new and interesting questions. Many datasets are hidden deep inside government vaults and some are under lock and key.[read more]

10 Questions on Natural Gas You Need Answered

February 24, 2014 by Sarah Battaglia

Being involved in the energy industry, I receive loads of questions regarding natural gas. It’s a hot commodity right now so I understand that people want answers. In this post you will find ten questions that have been boggling some minds lately.[read more]

Smart Grid and Information Management

October 18, 2010 by Matthew Arnold

Grid Week is this week. One of the big conferences for all things about the grid. Smart grid is a big topic this year with every company that is in the $22 billion market sponsoring the conference this year. Most of the companies there are using information management as part of their product offering this year. If the meter in your AMI...[read more]

Intel sees opportunities in wind, electric cars

November 20, 2009 by Big Gav

Reuters has a report on Intel's interest in clean energy technology, particularly sensor technology to help optimise wind power generation - Intel sees opportunities in wind, electric cars.Technology giant Intel Corp is seeing big opportunities in wind forecasting for power generation, and in information management for electric vehicles...[read more]