In an effort to reduce its near-total dependence on coal, prepare for the prospect of lower coal exports, diversify its generation mix, modernize its grid and serve as a model to other states, Kentucky has been developing a comprehensive smart grid roadmap. Already, the roadmap team has obtained illuminating input from the state's utilities.
Kentucky's Smart Grid Roadmap
Posted: 11 Dec 2011
James Graham and Matthew Turner
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