A smart grid model that is designed and implemented for a vertically integrated company has to undergo major changes during a restructuring that disaggregates a companys services. The Smart Grid Model of Mexico was designed for the Comision Federal del Electricidad (CFE), a government-owned electric utility now undergoing that process following energy sector reforms.
Impact of Reforms on the Smart Grid Model of Mexico
Posted: 14 Oct 2014
Authors:Adrian Inda Ruiz
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
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