Let's hear what the Grid has to say about its own evolution, and the potential it sees locked away in all that data. The author puts on his sci-fi hat and imagines a conversation with the Grid about a specific technology synchrophasors and how they will change the way the Grid interacts with control room operators.
A New Voice in the Smart Grid Dialogue: The Grid Itself
Posted: 12 Nov 2012
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