Traditional methods of understanding grid interactions are increasingly insufficient for the 21st Century grid. The discipline of grid architecture treats the grid as a Network of Structures with ultra-large scale complexity. This provides a means to help all stakeholders understand the impact of changes across the grid infrastructure, controls, industry structure, communications, markets, and more.
The Discipline of Grid Architecture for Utilities, Public Policy Makers, and Stakeholders
Posted: 15 Apr 2015
Authors:Jeffery D. Taft
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
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