Globally, distribution utilities are rapidly incorporating standards-based smart grid protection and control technologies into their asset base. But they and their regulators still face challenges in terms of marketing products and seeing them accepted by consumers. So smart grid rollouts and trials can no longer be viewed as just �business-as-usual��new models and regulatory frameworks are required.
Distribution Utilities at a Crossroad
Posted: 14 Feb 2014
Authors:Nirmal-Kumar C. Nair and Jake Z. Zhang
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
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