In 2010, Kentucky began a three-year project to develop a comprehensive smart grid roadmap. Members of government agencies, academic researchers and other grid stakeholders proceeded to craft a smart grid vision that guides utility investment in infrastructure and technology and provides regulators with recommendations and an overview of best practices. In this follow-on to our December 2011 Smart Grid Newsletter article, we report progress in the Kentucky Smart Grid Roadmap Initiative.
Results of the Kentucky Smart Grid Roadmap Initiative
Posted: 13 Sep 2013
James H. Graham and Adel S. Elmaghraby
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The Learning Path Towards a Smart Grid - Changes in Standard and Business Practices Post 2018 presented by Mark Siira
DER: Where to Start? With who, what, when, why? How to build a ROI based Roadmap presented by Amar Pradhan
Augmenting Situational Intelligence and Reducing Operator Stress During Storm Damage Assessment and Outage Restoration presented by Jennifer Reeves