Realizing an effective, efficient Smart Grid will require the time, effort and imagination of a wide range of individuals and organizations. Because of this complexity, there is a real risk that deployment of mission-critical infrastructures could be delayed. Stakeholders need concisely stated goals, objectives, and requirements written in simple, clear language; and accessible input and feedback channels.
Communicate, Collaborate, Cooperate
Posted: 1 Mar 2011
Authors:David L. Bassett
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
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