The power grid has not had a transforming step change that is recognized by customers in 100 years. Some new capabilities and technologies have been added along the way, but at the end of the day the consumers get the same service they have been accustomed to and their parents before them. So what can we do to generate the kind of buzz around the smart grid that has accompanied quantum leaps in technology and functionality in other industries?
Developing Advocacy for a Smarter Grid
Posted: 13 Jul 2013
Authors:William F. Jones, Jr.
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
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