Smart Energy Grid Technology Developed on Centennial Campus

Green Energy CorpI came across this article today, North Carolina Is a Hot Spot for Smart Grid Firms, According to Recent Study, and was reminded of a company that is here is Southwest Raleigh on Centennial Campus. Through connections at Red Hat, I got a chance to meet several folks from Green Energy Corp, including Adam Crain, the Chief Platform Architect.

My co-worker, Ruth Suehle, did an interview with Adam to learn more about Green Energy Corp and their mission. It’s great to have innovative companies, leading community projects like TotalGrid, right here in Raleigh’s Creative District.

Open standards and a smart energy grid: Interview with Green Energy Corp

Green Energy Corp creates software and services for communications and energy companies. They’re working towards an open source smart grid solution that will help both new and old companies in the industry for more efficient, greener energy.

Tell us about you and the company–how did Green Energy Corp start, and what’s the mission?

Read the rest on opensource.com

About Jason Hibbets

I'm a neighborhood advocate. I started off by getting involved in the Pleasant Ridge & Ramsgate Community Watch program and helped unite other neighborhoods in my community by forming the Lineberry Alliance. I continue work with neighborhood leaders in the District D Neighborhood Alliance (DDNA) and serve as planning co-chair for CityCamp Raleigh. I've completed Raleigh Neighborhood College (Spring 2005) and Leadership North Carolina (May 2007). In 2009, I lead a group of volunteers to review Raleigh's 2030 Comprehensive Plan. I served as chair of Raleigh's South West Citizen Advisory Council (SWCAC) from April 2010-2012. I have a genuine interest in strong communities, fostering diversity, understanding the issues, and using an open source approach in my work. You can follow me on Twitter: @jhibbets
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