Realization of the smart grid depends on technology development, standards development and policy development. Technical innovation is key but will not yield all possible rewards unless standards are harmonized and national policy is consistently geared to produce all the social benefits desired.
Industrial Innovation and the Smart Grid
Posted: 13 Jul 2013
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