Many prognostications are made about the development of the electric infrastructure in years to come, five, ten, twenty years out. IEEE Smart Grid thought it would be useful to hear what some of its Smart Grid experts think will be the most important development to the grid this year, a much more difficult query without the luxury of a distant time frame to shade the possibilities. In this roundup, Massoud Amin, Sam Sciacca, Erich Gunther, Steven Collier, and John McDonald weigh in.
The Most Important Smart Grid Development in 2013
Posted: 22 Jun 2015
Steven Collier and John McDonald
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Interviews
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