Over the years, electric utilities have piloted prodigious numbers of promising technologies, and yet they have deployed only a precious few. Many more technologies are ready for prime-time today but utilities and regulators will only adopt them if they are shown to be locally advantageous.
All Politics is Local-and So is the Smart Grid
Posted: 11 Jun 2011
Authors:Thomas Bourgeois and William Pentland
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
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